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randymcdannell

Randy McDannell

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THE MUSIC OF THE TRAFFIC IN THE CITY* | A week or so ago on the High Line overlooking traffic on 10th ...
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THE MUSIC OF THE TRAFFIC IN THE CITY* | A week or so ago on the High Line overlooking traffic on 10th Avenue as it passes the nearly complete Lantern House, designed by Thomas Heatherwick, in Chelsea. Hudson Yards in the distance. I look forward to the return of the music of the city. | * Lyrics from Petula Clark’s “Downtown” written by #wIlliamernestdrummond, #jamesfranciscauty and #tonyhatch | #downtown #petulaclark #taxi #highline @highlinenyc #photorsm #lanternhouse @lanternhousenyc #mustache #instastache
ART BLOCK | Pace Gallery is one of hundreds of world-renowned and normally vibrant art galleries ...
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ART BLOCK | Pace Gallery is one of hundreds of world-renowned and normally vibrant art galleries in West Chelsea which are now shuttered due to the Covid-19 outbreak in NYC. The beautifully sky-lit spacious exhibition space at Pace is shown here gated. Above is a portion of the High Line elevated park which is currently closed for the same reason. Reminders of the reaching effect of this pandemic we are sheltering in place from. | #nycart #chelseaartdistrict #pacegallery @pacegallery @highlinenyc #highline #westchelsea #covid_19 #coronavirus #photorsm #shelterinplace #pandemic #supportart
CLOSED BOOKS | The New York Public Library closed due to the outbreak of the Corona Virus. The 1911 ...
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CLOSED BOOKS | The New York Public Library closed due to the outbreak of the Corona Virus. The 1911 Beaux-Arts style marble structure was designed by Carrere and Hastings. This building and the New York Public Library system came about in large part from the philanthropy of John Jacob Astor, James Lenox, Samuel J. Tilden and Andrew Carnegie. Today the NYPL system serves more than 17 million patrons a year and millions more online. | #newyorkpubliclibrary @nypl #nypl #coronsvirus #nychistory #photorsm #libraries #nycarchitecture
TOWN DOWN | The Meatpacking District Apple Store at evening rush hour would normally see a packed ...
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TOWN DOWN | The Meatpacking District Apple Store at evening rush hour would normally see a packed store and crowded sidewalks and streets in one of the most popular and visited neighborhoods in Manhattan. My heart goes out to the people of New York who work so hard to build and maintain small businesses. The shop and restaurant owners, the sales people and waiters we all know and see on a regular basis and all the others who lend so much to making this city the magical existence it is. The Apple Store, obviously a big business, symbolizes how stark this impact has so suddenly become on all levels. Choose your favorite local businesses and support them in any way you can through this period. | #coronavirus #nyccoronavirus #applestore #meatpackingdistrict #photorsm #supportsmallbusiness #smallbusiness #supportlocal #shoplocal #community #downtownnyc
DOOR AT THE END OF THE ALLEY | The Colonial style tavern, Freemans, is still the hot spot in the Bowery ...
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DOOR AT THE END OF THE ALLEY | The Colonial style tavern, Freemans, is still the hot spot in the Bowery 16 years after opening. The atmosphere, food and crowd are a terrific low key mix of very then and very now. Every table was festively filled on Saturday night in this cozy yet sprawling room to room 2 story colonial treasure down the alley. | #freemansalley @freemansrestaurant #bowery #prettycitynewyork #colonial #nycstyle #manhattanlife #alley #downtownnyc #photorsm #restaurantsnyc
PRINCE, CHARMING | Threshold detail of the 1900 retail entry, now Moncler store, at 99 Prince Street ...
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PRINCE, CHARMING | Threshold detail of the 1900 retail entry, now Moncler store, at 99 Prince Street in SoHo. The glass “lense” system underfoot was patented in the 1800’s allowing light into the basements of Industrial Age buildings in SoHo where workers labored as pedestrians could walk above. | #99princestreet #sohonyc #lookdown #nychistory #nycarchitecture #architecturephotography #doors #photorsm #blackdoors #moncler
THE WRITING IS ON THE CEILING | Looking up in the rotunda at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. It took ...
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THE WRITING IS ON THE CEILING | Looking up in the rotunda at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. It took Frank Lloyd Wright 15 years to land on the ground-breaking design for the museum which opened in 1959. The skylight was covered in the original construction but restored as part of the 1992 renovations. | #guggenheim @guggenheim #skylight #franklloydwright #lookup #photorsm #art #ues #manhattanstyle #nycliving #prettycitynewyork #nycarchitecture #architecturephotography
ON A COLD WINTER’S DAY | A walk “in the country” on the High Line by Lantern House, the soon to open duo ...
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ON A COLD WINTER’S DAY | A walk “in the country” on the High Line by Lantern House, the soon to open duo residential towers wrapping the High Line where Chelsea meets the Meatpacking District in Lower Manhattan. Lantern House is a design by the British architect Thomas Heatherwick who also designed the Vessel at Hudson Yards. The floor to ceiling bay windows have the option of custom power blinds. | @highlinenyc #highline #winterwalk #winterday #thomasheatherwick @lanternhousenyc #lanternhousenyc #windows #nycarchitecture #lookup #photorsm #architecturephotography #chelsea #westchelsea #meatpackingdistrict
BOWERY & BRUNCH | The B Bar and Grill is still the warm cool comfortable heart of the Bowery after all ...
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BOWERY & BRUNCH | The B Bar and Grill is still the warm cool comfortable heart of the Bowery after all these great years. Designed and owned by Eric Goode, B Bar and Grill opened in 1993 in a former Gulf gas station. (And then there’s the burger that can make you forget the rest of the world!) Goode also has the Bowery Hotel, Maritime Hotel and the Waverly Inn. He effortlessly grabs past NYC and keeps it forward. | #bbarandgrill #thebowery #downtownnyc #les #retro #banquetteseating #photorsm #brunch #prettycitynewyork #bestburgernyc #retrogaming #manhattanlife #nyceatstagram
VARYING VIEWS | Detail of a facade of the tower duo designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. Born and raised ...
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VARYING VIEWS | Detail of a facade of the tower duo designed by Thomas Juul-Hansen. Born and raised in Denmark, Juul-Hansen worked at Richard Meier and Partners before launching his own firm in 2003. The window design and placement is intended to maximize privacy and views including the High Line and Hudson River. The building materials give nod to the iron structure of the High Line which the 2 ten story towers gracefully envelope. | #thomasjuulhansen @thomasjuulhansen #highline @highlinenyc #nycarchitecture #nycskyline #architecturaldetail #architecturephotography #prettycitynewyork #photorsm #lookup #window
WRAPPED TO GO | A favorite display by Bernard & S. Dean Levy at The Winter Show. They covered the booth ...
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WRAPPED TO GO | A favorite display by Bernard & S. Dean Levy at The Winter Show. They covered the booth in terrific red with black moving blankets for a fun play on upholstered walls. Why the moving blankets? They are moving from the UES to Chelsea soon. | #movingblankets #bernardandsdeanlevy @thewintershownyc #thewintershow #nycart #photorsm
ART PART | A portion of a favorite piece at The Winter Show. Niles Spencer, In Fairmont, 1951 shown ...
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ART PART | A portion of a favorite piece at The Winter Show. Niles Spencer, In Fairmont, 1951 shown by Hirschl & Adler Modern. The Winter Show benefits the East Side House which, in recognizing education is a key to economic and civic opportunity, provides literary and technology training to thousands of individuals in the upper Manhattan and Bronx neighborhoods. | #thewintershow @thewintershownyc #hirschlandadlermodern #nycart @hirschlandadler #photorsm #prettycitynewyork #nilesspencer
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