Those pictures were taken by William Pennington and Lisle Updike in Colorado into the 1910s ... ! 1910s ! The quality is so amazing that I almost threw my digital camera into the garbage (almost).
Manhattanhenge, also known as Manhattan Solstice is when the sunset in Manhattan is perfectly aligned with the east-west streets in this borough's grid. It happens twice a year, and I find it quite pretty. Hope I will have the chance to observe the phenomenon one day !
1. Manhattanhenge along 23rd St, 2. Manhattanhenge, 3. Manhattanhenge along 22nd St, 4. Manhattanhenge, 5. Manhattanhenge, 6. Manhattan Solstice (Manhattanhenge), 7. another Manhattanhenge picture, 8. Manhattanhenge Mo Traffic, 9. Manhattanhenge, 10. manhattanhenge, 11. manhattanhenge: may 31st, 2009, 12. Manhattanhenge, from Long Island City, 13. Manhattanhenge
Craik Kozak's inpiration come from wildlife and landscape. Recently, as he was hiking along Jackson Lake in the Grand Tetons, he was joined by a pair of insistent ravens.
They called me to look at what was hidden — to explore the inner world, find beauty in the darkness, to light it and reveal it, says Kosak.
In the spring and summer of 1984, Peter Feldstein used a red marker to make a sign announcing that he wanted to take free portraits of everyone in Oxford, Iowa (pop. 673)... Twenty-one years later, Peter set up his camera again. Some of the original residents had died and some had moved away, but a surprising number still lived in Oxford.
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