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March 4, 2010

Lower Manhattan; Park Slope – February 26_27, 2010

Filed under: Uncategorized — wally426 @ 5:49 pm
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Commuting

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Not again

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Half/Half

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Adrift

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Saturday Morning

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WTC Steel I

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WTC Steel II

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Remember

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Freedom Tower’s Construction – I remember looking through these doors a few weeks after the 11th and seeing a massive hulk of twisted metal. Even though it was new construction, it gave me the chills

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Xcape

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175 Broadway – One of the few civil war era buildings still standing in lower Manhattan

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Trinity Episcopal Church – Originally founded in 1696, it’s one of the oldest parishes in NY. The church on this site was completed in 1846. On September 11th, it served as a place of refuge from the huge plume of dust and debris when the first tower collapsed. The force of the collapse downed a famous century-old sycamore tree in the church’s yard. The roots were used as the base of the sculpture seen below..

 [lowermanhattaninfo.com]

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The cemetery boasts some famous burials – Alexander Hamilton, William Bradford and Robert Fulton

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Mark the Evangelist’s Lion

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The Bull Says : I’m Crashing

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Time Out – Battery Park

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Archistory

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Stenciled Window – E 18th St

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Pokipse

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