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  • Hudson Ave Vinegar Hill in Brooklyn, NY

    Hudson Ave Vinegar Hill in Brooklyn, NY
    Vinegar Hill gets its name from the Battle of Vinegar Hill, an engagement near Enniscorthy during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. Originally settled by the Irish, this community has maintained its 19th Century look while facing modernization and development from all sides.

    The best coffee I had recently came from an unlikely place - a surf shop in the middle of New York City.
  • Washington Square Park (New York City)

    Washington Square Park (New York City)
    You can't miss it: a gigantic arch and a wading fountain in the middle of the Village in New York City, Washington Square Park serves as a neighborhood marker, a campus hub, a revolutionary meeting place, and a cultural touchstone. Obviously not as large as its brethren, Washington Square Park delivers in character and charm for what it lacks in size.
  • Map It and Tag It Rumble: Wonder Wheel - Coney Island

    Map It and Tag It Rumble: Wonder Wheel -  Coney Island
    I have a big obsession with ferris wheels. I try to check out every kind of ferris wheel wherever I may be but one of the most amazing is the Wonder Wheel in Coney Island.
  • Six Flags Great Adventure

    Six Flags Great Adventure
    Great park for east coasters and great roller coasters.
  • Top of the Rock Observation Deck, NYC

    Top of the Rock Observation Deck, NYC
    Of course when you tell people you are going to New York City, they always ask if you will be going up the Empire State Building to view the magnificent skyline. Although I did that as well, I found a much better vantage point could be found at the top of the Rockefeller Centre.
  • Off Broadway

    Off Broadway
    The brightest lights in the biggest city – I took a recent trip to New York and stayed right off Broadway because I wanted to be near where the action is – the theatres, Times Square, Radio City Music Hall. I had my Diana F+ and LCA at the ready to take in every New York minute.
  • Chinatown Brenkwando (New York)

    Chinatown Brenkwando (New York)
    What better place for the sun to set...I like coming here to be in a different city within the bigger city that already envelops my life. Its a place that smells bad, is grimy, crowded, and unfamiliar. That's what pulls me in.
  • Manhattan

    One early morning on June 15th, my friend & I woke up to go to the Diana+ safari in NYC. I had no Diana+ experience before this day, I couldn't wait to jump in. So we took the 3-4 hour ride from Worcester MA to NYC. We ended up at B&H Photo Video store.
  • 5 Pointz (United States)

    5 Pointz (United States)
    5 Pointz in Queens is a former warehouse turned graffiti mecca. The building is nearly completely covered with tags and more elaborate pieces of "aerosol art." It takes up an entire city block and is one of the few places in the U.S. where graffiti is legal. The walls are constantly changing as new pieces are added and old ones are painted over.
  • Tour De Manhattan

    Tour De Manhattan
    Two wheelers are taking over the island. Check out the bikes in NYC!
  • Lower East Side, New York

    Lower East Side, New York
    The Lower East Side used to be one of New York's most culturally diverse neighborhoods. Just south of the East Village, east of SoHo, and north of Chinatown, it is one of the oldest defined neighborhoods in the city. It has been the home to thousands of newly arrived immigrants from all over the world since the 18th century. At the turn of the century, it was particularly well known for being a Jewish center, with many kosher delis (some of which still exist), synagogues, and Yiddish theaters.
  • Ninjas in New York

    Ninjas in New York
    Looking for a fun night out? Ninja New York is the place! Located in Tribeca, Ninja New York is designed to look like a hidden 18th century Japanese Ninja village, with dark paths and rooms that look like caves. Ninja is an entertaining dining experience combined with high-end modern Japanese cuisine.
  • The High Line

    The High Line
    New York City's High Line is a recently-opened park on an abandoned elevated freight track.
  • New York Staten Island Ferry

    New York Staten Island Ferry
    Taking the Staten Island Ferry is the cheapest way to get close to the Stature of Liberty. It's free, it's fun, and you will be able to take some awesome photos!
  • The Gowanus Canal (Brooklyn)

    The Gowanus Canal (Brooklyn)
    Designed by Major David Douglas in 1849, the Gowanus Canal was created as a passageway for commercial ships going to Upper New York Bay. As a result of the canal, the surrounding area became quite industrial, with new refineries, warehouses, and factories being built. Many of the original buildings are still there today, and while some still serve their original purpose, others have been transformed into artist studios, retail stores, and private residences.
  • Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC

    Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC
    Welcome to the Hipster Epicenter of the World!
  • Packing in the Meat in NYC

    Packing in the Meat in NYC
    Gentrified cool meets New York strip steak.
  • Graffiti Travels: NYC

    Graffiti Travels: NYC
    Graffiti is not only an art, it tells a story. A huge hobby of mine is photographing graffiti whenever I travel. From Dublin to Florence, Miami to San Francisco. Here is my collection of New York street graffiti!
  • Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn

    Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn
    Green-Wood Cemetery, located in Brooklyn near Prospect Park, is made up of over 400 acres with over 600,000 graves spread out over its rolling hills. It opened its exquisite gates in 1838.

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