The Little Chapel That Stood Lower Manhattan, New York
Right Around The Corner From The World Trade Center, What Seems Like A Cute Little Church/Graveyard Site... And As I Walked Closer It Has A Very Very Old School, Dark, Ominous Edge About It That The Surrounding Buildings Didn't. Of Course My Curiosity Got The Best Of Me And Asked John (My Co-worker That's Taking Us Around The City) What This Church May Be?... He Answered With Awe Stating That This Little Chapel Survived The 9/11 Attack Without Even A Single Broken Window Other Than Dust And Debris. Hence It's Nickname "The Little Chapel That Stood." The Chapel Is Closed For Renovation Until The Fall.
In 1766 This Was The Tallest Building In New York City, St. Paul's Chapel. This Has To Be One Of The Most Historical U.S. Building I Have Yet To Walk Into (Do I Hear A D.C. Trip Coming Up ;)). George Washington Was Said To Worship Here After His Inauguration Among Quite A Few Known Historical Figures. It Also Contains About 800 Gravestones And 30 Vaults That Lie Under The Churchyard And Chapel, With The Oldest Tombstone In NYC Dated By To 1681. One Of Our Founding Father, Alexander Hamilton Is Also Buried Here.
This community is open to all levels, from the wide-eyed beginner to the battleworn pros... Your equipment you use to make the image? It doesn't matter... just come share and have fun. We're all in this together, the ever-evolving world of image creation. This can be our neo-Montmartre; this is our place where we can all learn, share, learn, and have fun together.
Sie sieht (nicht nur) von unten ziemlich alt aus. In naher Zukunft wird ein Neubau die jetzige Konstruktion ersetzen. Mithilfe eines ND1000 Graufilters konnte die Belichtungszeit auf 15sec gedehnt werden und die ohnehin ruhige Ostsee erscheint fast wellenlos.
I used to have one Lightroom catalogue per year, due to limited space on my iMac. After few months consideration, I finally merge all my catalogues into one. Just spent a little at look at all my old photos, I discovered this one which I took when we were in Bath 2 year ago. So farI think it is good idea to have all my photos into ONE :-