A Walk Through Tribeca

Had a bunch of time to kill before an audition in downtown Manhattan, so I brought the camera and wandered around a bunch of Tribeca. The sun was quite strong that morning and created some nice shadow play on the architecture.

A sculpture just north of the PATH station at WTC.

A sculpture just north of the PATH station at WTC.

I'm in the reflection.

I’m in the reflection.

I think it works better in black and white.

I think it works better in black and white.

Looking back at the WTC and 9/11 museum, along with a building that looks a lot like a dinosaur skeleton.

Looking back at the WTC and 9/11 museum, along with a building that looks a lot like a dinosaur skeleton.

Coming up on Bogardus Garden.

Coming up on Bogardus Garden.

Walking up the side of the Garden.

Walking up the side of the Finn Square.

Inside Tribeca Park.

Inside Tribeca Park.

That is a lot of bikes.

That is a lot of bikes.

A weird looking sculpture while I look for food.

A weird looking sculpture while I look for food.

The trees are blooming.

The trees are blooming.

Interesting backs of walk signs.

Interesting backs of walk signs.

Passed by the Ghostbusters firehouse.

Passed by the Ghostbusters firehouse.

Fun with bubbles.

Fun with bubbles.

Stumbled onto a street fair/kid party.

Stumbled onto a street fair/kid party.

Smoke from the sewers and cherry blossoms.

Smoke from the sewers and cherry blossoms.

Hey look! A dragon!

Hey look! A dragon!

And returning to the sculpture for one more shot before I leave the area.

And returning to the sculpture for one more shot before I leave the area.

Next week: People in Tribeca.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel XS with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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