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A monochrome photograph of One World Trade Center, also known as the Freedom Tower, in lower Manhattan. As I took the picture, I noticed what appeared to be a pattern of crosses on the walls of the building. http://ronablack.com/featured/one-world-trade-center-rona-black.html. www.ronablack.com 0 comments

Taken on the High Line in New York City, this photograph shows a juxtaposition of an old brick building with the modern textured steel and glass structure adjacent to it. The modern building leans at a slight angle in to the High Line. http://ronablack.com/featured/leaning-in-at-the-high-line-rona-black.html. www.ronablack.com

An abstract photograph of the fountain in front of the Metropolitan Opera House at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in Manhattan, New York. The Revson fountain was designed by architect Philip Johnson and dedicated to Charles Revson, the founder of Revlon, in 1964. The fountain was redesigned and refurbished in 2009. http://ronablack.com/featured/lincoln-center-rona-black.html. www.ronablack.com

New tree against remnants of graffiti by Revs, Cost and others on a brick facade at 23rd Street and the High Line in Manhattan. rona-black.artistwebsites.com. http://ronablackphotography.wordpress.com 0 comments

The ornate wrought-iron railings of a brownstone in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. www.rona-black.artistwebsites.com 0 comments

An abstract of HL23, a 14-floor condominium tower adjacent to Manhattan's High Line at 23rd Street. Designed by Neil M. Denari Architects. rona-black.artistwebsites.com 2 comments