My Favorite Things – The Labyrinths of Wall Street

Every New York neighborhood has a style and character of its own.  The Upper West Side where I live is fairly uniform in Art Deco architecture and boulevards laid out on a grid.  Descend into Lower Manhattan and the streets that make up Wall Street, and you’ll find yourself in a labyrinth of architectural styles from gleaming modern skyscrapers to brownstones, and a little of everything in between.  Here are some examples of the “in betweens!”

Photo of eclectic Wall Street neighborhood taken by Joana Miranda

Photo of eclectic Wall Street neighborhood taken by Joana Miranda

Photo of eclectic Wall Street neighborhood taken by Joana Miranda

Photo of eclectic Wall Street neighborhood taken by Joana Miranda

Photo of eclectic Wall Street neighborhood taken by Joana Miranda

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Filed under Architecture, Influences, My Favorite Things, New York

2 responses to “My Favorite Things – The Labyrinths of Wall Street

  1. ma

    very interesting! You have a real eye for your dear city!
    love, l.m.

    • Thanks, Ma! Unfortunately, last night I didn’t have as good an eye for spelling…I need to go back and fix some of the “it’s” contraction mistakes in that post. Oh well. At least I think I got my enthusiasm across!

      Love, J

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