After the 1987 stock market crash artist Di Modica created the Charging Bull sculpture as a symbol of the strength and power of the American people. The sculpture was first placed on Broad Street in front of the New York Stock Exchange. The statue was impounded by the police but after a public outcry theContinue reading “Bulls on Parade”
See my full post from my visit to the 9/11 Memorial HERE
It was security check after security check on our way through the line to enter the monument but once we made it through we came into this beautiful open green space in the center of downtown New York. The museum wasn’t open at the time of my visit but opened shortly after. I peered throughContinue reading “9/11 Memorial”
The Statue of Liberty has been in the news recently after a bomb threat causing an evacuation of Liberty Island. Since 9/11 the statue has had a rough ride. it was closed after September 11th 2001 due to security concerns, the statue underwent modifications that would make evacuations easier if it was needed. Since then LibertyContinue reading “Lady Liberty”
Take a look at my panorama from Tromso, Norway for a juxtaposition between cityscape and landscape.
New York City is full of landmarks that people throughout the world recognise, it is impossible to choose one of more importance. The Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Grand Central Station and many more. New York City is truly the capital city of landmarks. Brooklyn Bridge was opened, after 14 years of construction, to theContinue reading “Brooklyn Bridge”