Black and White

Upper West Side, Manhattan NYC

© Photography By: Nicholas Tobar


White Ceiling

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While I was in Madison Square Park I noticed a light hanging from the entrance to a building across the street from the park. I decided to take a walk over and found this great architectural detail.

© Photography By: Nicholas Tobar

Street Finds

Artist Gio

Found this street art while walking around in Fort Greene, Brooklyn near the Brooklyn Academy of Music . I have decided one category that I am going to try to post more of is something that I am going to call street finds. Living in New York City I have the opportunity to see a lot of pieces of art that are done by talent artist that just happen to use the world around them as their canvas. It is extremely inspiring to me and I hope that you enjoy it and the photographs that I take of the art.

© Photography By: Nicholas Tobar

Look UP


Sometimes it is nice to just look up. Today I was able to get a few cool pictures by doing so. The First is of a building in Brooklyn Heights, NYC. I like the lines of the photograph and the sky was really vibrant. The second photograph is of the american flag and Lower Manhattan with One World Trade Center in the background. At first I had a hard time getting the right position to get the flag and One WTC in the photograph but in the end it seemed to work out.

© Photography By: Nicholas Tobar


Bridge Photographs Black and White

Views of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge. You are able to find some of the greatest views from you regular places that you stand on the street. Over that past few weeks since I have started this blog my world has just expanded because I am more aware of the people, things and environment around me.  It is another aspect of photography that I love it keeps you aware and present in the moment.



You really do not know much about the houses and building that you walk past and all we really have to go by is what we see in the window or what we do not see in the window. It always makes me wonder about the history of the place and the stores that people would have to say about the building and the events that occurred within. Here are two sets of windows from the Brooklyn, NYC area that have very different purposes.

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