Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White (with Architecture and the Freedom Tower)

Lens and Pens by Sally

21 December 2015

Lens:

Freedom Tower, Lower Manhattan; Copyright © 2015 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved Freedom Tower, Lower Manhattan; Copyright © 2015 Sally W. Donatello All Rights Reserved

Let me know what you think about this black-and-white image of the iconic Freedom Tower found in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Click on image to enlarge.

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Pens:

One of the main features of an extraordinary public building is the inevitable symbolism that it amasses. Without question New York City’s Freedom Tower instantly became a place for people to collect dreams of present and future. Its giant structure is a tour de force of design in the age of spectacular architectural feats. It has taken its coveted spot and rightfully.

As I travel through the city’s above-ground spaces, I noticed its visible from many, many…

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5 thoughts on “Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Black and White (with Architecture and the Freedom Tower)

  1. It looks like East meets West. You have three of four buildings on your right which all look modern juxtaposed with the the tall building on the left which looks from the 1930’s. The contrast of the greys, whotes , black is wonderful. Only from someone who likes looking. Be well.

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