by DAVID VESTAL
Falling Snow from Back Window, 133 West 22nd Street, NYC, 1958
https://artsy.net/artwork/david-vestal-falling-snow-from-back-window-133-west-22nd-street-nyc
by DAVID VESTAL
Falling Snow from Back Window, 133 West 22nd Street, NYC, 1958
https://artsy.net/artwork/david-vestal-falling-snow-from-back-window-133-west-22nd-street-nyc
The Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, designated a National Historic Landmark in 2000. Find out why here:  http://thestonewallinnnyc.com/StonewallInnNYC/HISTORY.html
The Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, designated a National Historic Landmark in 2000. Find out why here:  http://thestonewallinnnyc.com/StonewallInnNYC/HISTORY.html

The Stonewall Inn, Greenwich Village, designated a National Historic Landmark in 2000. Find out why here:  http://thestonewallinnnyc.com/StonewallInnNYC/HISTORY.html

DUCK! 
by Dina Litovsky http://dinalitovsky.com/
DUCK! 
by Dina Litovsky http://dinalitovsky.com/

DUCK! 

by Dina Litovsky http://dinalitovsky.com/

ice-cold
ice-cold

ice-cold

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view from the pool at Ink 48 Hotel

wheredoyoutravel:

by eiffeljoy // via Instagram http://ift.tt/OZ83MC
view from the pool at Ink 48 Hotel

wheredoyoutravel:

by eiffeljoy // via Instagram http://ift.tt/OZ83MC

view from the pool at Ink 48 Hotel

wheredoyoutravel:

by eiffeljoy // via Instagram http://ift.tt/OZ83MC

New York from space! Golden.

lionofbedstuy:

One of the Expedition 35 crew members aboard the Earth-orbiting International Space Station exposed this 400 millimeter night image of the greater New York City metropolitan area on March 23, 2013.
I’m in here… somewhere. I’m both dwarfed by the magnitude and brilliance of this city, and yet bursting with pride to be apart of it all.
New York from space! Golden.

lionofbedstuy:

One of the Expedition 35 crew members aboard the Earth-orbiting International Space Station exposed this 400 millimeter night image of the greater New York City metropolitan area on March 23, 2013.
I’m in here… somewhere. I’m both dwarfed by the magnitude and brilliance of this city, and yet bursting with pride to be apart of it all.

New York from space! Golden.

lionofbedstuy:

One of the Expedition 35 crew members aboard the Earth-orbiting International Space Station exposed this 400 millimeter night image of the greater New York City metropolitan area on March 23, 2013.

I’m in here… somewhere. I’m both dwarfed by the magnitude and brilliance of this city, and yet bursting with pride to be apart of it all.

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by Swedish photographer Aasa Haleby - her photographs are so atmospheric. You can see more here http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/
by Swedish photographer Aasa Haleby - her photographs are so atmospheric. You can see more here http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/

by Swedish photographer Aasa Haleby - her photographs are so atmospheric. You can see more here http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/

another amazing shot by photographer Aasa Haleby: http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/
another amazing shot by photographer Aasa Haleby: http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/

another amazing shot by photographer Aasa Haleby: http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/

a beautiful shot by Swedish photographer Aasa Haleby. you can see her work here http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/
a beautiful shot by Swedish photographer Aasa Haleby. you can see her work here http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/

a beautiful shot by Swedish photographer Aasa Haleby. you can see her work here http://aasahaleby.tumblr.com/

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