A veteran is polishing the 9/11 FDNY firefighters memorial at the Ten House.
Peace and tranquility at Washington Square Park.
Still life: New York and its New Yorkers.
An atypical view from the Broadway Lounge at the New York Marriott Marquis.
The iconic Robert Indiana's Pop Art sculpture on 6th Avenue.
Marriott Marquis elevators.
The Washington Square arch, celebrating the centennial of George Washington's inauguration as President of the United States in 1789.
The Brooklyn Bridge.
Reflections on the Museum of Modern Art.
Growing life at Grand Central Terminal.
What do clowns dream about?
Every city has a hero.
Ivan Chermayeff's sculptural red "9" at the Solow Building on West 57th Street.
Free hugs, looking for love on Times Square.
Legion of Honour on the Chickering building.
In the heat of the night.
The 'Converse All Star' Spangled Banner.
Fire escapes in SoHo.
Chinese market in Chinatown.
Radio City Music music hall.
Feeling like passing on to the Other Side during the James Turrell exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum.
The famous Brooklyn Bridge.
Stepping into the famous Flatiron Building.
Raising the Flag.
According to an American survey in 2011, Times Square is the world's most visited tourist attraction, hosting over 39 million visitors annually.
Waiting for the man.
On the way to Brooklyn.
"Down these mean streets" is a memoir by Piri Thomas, a Latino of Puerto Rican and Cuban descent who grew up in El Barrio (aka Spanish Harlem).
Piano lessons at Times Square.
Market in Little Italy.
How to survive on an island.
Saint Patrick's cathedral.
Life underground at the New York City subway.
Love padlocks at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
American cliché: the famous New York yellow cabs under the pouring rain in Times Square.
New York is maybe the most multiethnic city in the world.
Between fiction and reality, maybe that was just Clark Kent walking by.
Staring at the Statue of Liberty.
Reflections between the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges.
Grand Central Terminal.
The Empire State building.
A view of the Chrysler building.
Lest we forget: the 9/11 Flag of Honor.
"Double Check", also known now as "The Survivor" since 9/11, by Seward Johnson at Liberty Park.
Located in the neighborhood of Greenwich Village, Washington Square Park is one of the most famous park in Manhattan.
Green and very popular in Manhattan, pedicabs never stop even under the pouring rain.
Mickey's holiday, or the the Disneyfication of Times Square
City guardians on Times Square.
Flowers arranged to form a peace sign at the John Lennon's memorial in Strawberry Fields.
Portrait of William H. Seward.
The former World Trade Center.