The Neilson Farm House in Saratoga National Historical Park is a sentinel of bygone days, its sturdy walls carrying memories of revolutionary battles.
The Vessel stands resplendent at the heart of the magnificent Hudson Yards redevelopment in Manhattan. This is a beautiful photograph giving the viewer a sense of 3-dimentional depth.
Central Park is a large urban park located in the heart of Manhattan, New York City. It spans an area of approximately 842.6 acres (340.99 hectares) and is one of the most iconic and beloved landmarks in the city.
The Oculus is a transportation hub and architectural marvel located at the site of the World Trade Center complex in Lower Manhattan, New York City. It is officially known as the World Trade Center Transportation Hub.
The Carnegie Deli, a beacon of culinary delight at 854 7th Avenue was the crown jewel of New York's deli food scene. This photo pays homage to its iconic presence.
FDNY Engine 220 and Ladder 122 are fire fighting units operated by the Fire Department of the City of New York (FDNY).
The Statue of Liberty has come to represent the ideals of freedom, democracy, and hope not only for the United States but also for people around the world.
The Rose Center for Earth and Space is dedicated to the study of the Earth, the universe, and the relationship between them.
The Bronx-Whitestone Bridge stood in front of them, illuminated by the setting sun in all its glory. The bridge's two enormous piers stretched out into the East River.
Niagara Falls is a natural marvel that captivates visitors with its sheer beauty, raw power, and grandeur. It serves as a reminder of the awe-inspiring forces of nature.
The sky was a dreary overcast of grey that day, but the fall colors of Central Park were particularly stunning. The path between the rows of trees was made up of cobbled terra cotta.
The Oculus Wings, illuminated from the inside, were mesmerizing. They almost seemed to be fluttering in the night sky looking like a majestic eagle preparing for flight.
This awe-inspiring photograph of the Statue of Liberty is a sight to behold. The unbridled expanse of the deep azure sky and the dazzling rays that dance off the folds of Lady Liberty's robe and tablet are sublime.
The Statue of Liberty stood majestically against the backdrop of a brilliant blue sky. The sun's rays illuminated the striking copper patina of her robe and outstretched arm, giving her a luminescent quality.
The Statue of Liberty loomed over Fort Wood, her copper frame glittering in the morning light. Her grandeur seemed to defy all human engineering and she rose up against the skyline like a celestial being.
The sun hung low in the sky, just above the southern pier of the Brooklyn Bridge, and its brilliant light was reflected on the surface of the East River.
The State University of New York at Cortland, commonly referred to as SUNY Cortland or Cortland State, is a public college located in Cortland, New York.
Times Square's vibrant atmosphere, bright lights, and entertainment offerings make it one of the most visited and recognizable locations in the world.
The sun had just begun to set on the terraced houses of Brooklyn, New York's most picturesque borough. A warm and golden light bathed the homes that lined the street, making them appear timeless and inviting.
The Atlas Statue stood proudly at the Rockefeller Center, its muscular bronze shoulders were adorned with celestial spheres, a reminder of the eternal task of the Greek God Zeus.
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, commonly referred to as the Guggenheim Museum, is a world-renowned art museum located in New York City.
The Williamsburg Bridge is a major suspension/truss bridge that spans the East River, connecting the boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn in New York City.
The scene was illuminated by a blanket of lavender, its color mixing with the golden hue from the street lamps and neon signs of midtown west. The hustle and bustle of the city was alive in this little corner of Hell's Kitchen.
This is a lovely photograph of the high altar St. Patrick's Cathedral in midtown manhattan. It is late in the evening so features of the cathedral are illuminated by accent lighting while other parts are in shadow.
The Vessel was a modern marvel, a three-dimensional sculpture of steel, glass, and light that seemed to defy gravity.
The afternoon sun was muted by the overhead clouds above Times Square, its golden rays dimmed but the beauty of the city remained.
The winter had come early to Central Park, and the Mall and Literary Walk were blanketed in a thick layer of snow. Despite the cold, a few hardy souls had ventured out.
The night was dark, but the air was still revealing a vision of incredible beauty. Standing in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, you feel a sense of awe and wonder.
The Vessel in the Hudson Yards glows with a majestic orange hue as the fiery rays of the setting sun cast their last luminescence on the city that never sleeps.
The South Street Seaport Museum was a majestic sight, its red brick facade pointed with white mortar and crowned with a beautiful grey shingled roof.
The Globe Sculpture, also known as the Columbus Circle globe, is a public artwork located at Columbus Circle in New York City.
The Statue of Liberty stands tall and proud in the morning sun, a beacon of hope and freedom for all. Her flame is alive with the power of lightning.
The beauty of St. Patrick's Cathedral in midtown Manhattan was breathtaking. The Neo-Gothic building, with its perfectly symmetrical arches and intricately carved ornamentation, was brilliantly illuminated.
In the center, Soarin' Eagle spread its wings but remained static in the night air. Further back, the Wonder Wheel served as a reminder of simpler times and childhood innocence.
The statue of George Washington stood tall and proud in the center of what was once known as Federal Hall. The building was now just a reminder of the birth of the United States.
From high above, Times Square seemed to twinkle and pulse, a glimpse into a hidden world of its own. Below, all the yellow cabs moved in a synchronized dance, an intricate choreography of color, light, and sound.
The sun had set over Manhattan, painting the skyline with a surreal blend of oranges, pinks, and lavenders. Jane's Carousel glowed in the foreground, an island of childhood exuberance.
The sun was setting over the city in a spectacular display of colors, painting the sky in a wash of pinks and oranges. Long Island City was bathed in the warm hues of a fading light, the iconic skyline of Manhattan shimmering across the East River.
Rising from the ashes, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum stands as a solemn reminder of those who perished during the terror attacks of 2001.
The Neo-Gothic spires of St. Patrick's Cathedral rose high up into the azure sky, stretching out almost to Heaven itself as they pierced through the blue and white clouds.
The stormy clouds had finally given way to the sun, and the light shone down on the New York City skyline in all its glorious majesty. The Empire State Building was at the center of the picture.
The sun rises majestically over the lower Manhattan skyline, glinting off the glass and steel of the towering buildings like a million diamonds.