Throughout most of the walk I kept seeing the light shine off a tall tower I hadn’t noticed before.
It stood out from every building in the area – it’s taller, surrounded by older marble and stone buildings, and has a melted metal illusion due to the design.
I took a bunch of shots from across the street of the building and found out it is New York by Gehry. It’s so tall, I was getting some form of vertigo just looking up at it.
Some of my shots ended up on untappedcities.com, which is the second article I have been involved with for them. While the building stood out, I’m not a fan of it. It doesn’t fit in the neighborhood. I’m also not a fan of modern art and architecture, I’ve always enjoyed older architecture and design.
Next week: The NY Botanical Gardens.