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Found in Nature, Photos of Artfully Arranged Beach Trash Collected Around New York Harbor

Trash Organized Neatly: A Photographer's Colorful Collection of Discarded Objects - Feature Shoot Curated by #Portraits Of The #Blues Icons Depicted On #Reclaimed #Wood


Top 10 Places To Visit in New York | Incredible Pictures >>I will visit…

from Mail Online

Huge lightning bolt strikes Statue of Liberty...and someone captures it on camera

Bolt from the blue: Jay Fine captured this incredible image as lightning strikes the Statue of Liberty in New York harbour


– A BUSY DAY IN NEW YORK HARBOR – 1930s…The spectacular sight of 358,274 tons of shipping docked in New York Harbour. From front to back, the liners are the Hamburg, the Bremen, the Columbus, the De Grasse, the Normandie, the Britannic, the Aquitania, the Conte de Savoia, the Fort Townsend and the Monarch of Bermuda.


With her decks crowded with 12,000 returning US servicemen, the transatlantic liner QUEEN ELIZABETH steams into New York Bay sometime in 1945.

from Lonely Planet

40 free things to do in New York City

Staten Island Ferry ~ Everyone wants to see the Statue of Liberty. Ferry tours there start at $12. But the Staten Island Ferry for commuters, cutting across the New York Harbor, is absolutely free and has long held the distinction as the single greatest free attraction on the Eastern Seaboard. Around since 1905, the ferry carries 19 million across the harbor each year. Technically for transport in between Staten Island and Manhattan, most visitors simply hop back on to get back to New York.


Virginia Thoren - model in Schiaparelli, new york harbor, 1962. Fur coat, Old English Sheepdog


Statue of Liberty, NY by MagicMurals #photography


Tugboat graveyard, Staten Island. Is this event there anymore after Sandy? Shame to see an old classic go this way.


CBS Evening News has captured a stunning overhead panorama of Manhattan Island surrounded by frozen waters due to the record low temperatures that have recently plagued New York City and much of the country. FEBRUARY 20, 2015, 6:30 PM|For the past few weeks, tugboats in New York Harbor have had to be sent out ahead of the ferries to ensure they could make it through the icy waters. The frigid weather is expected to continue causing havoc not only in the Northeast but the South as well…