Category Archives: NY Waterfront

Trinity Boxing Club – An Inspirational Sign – 110 Greenwich Street – Lower Manhattan

Trinity Boxing Club - Greenwich & Carlisle - © Frank H. Jump

Trinity Boxing Club - Greenwich & Carlisle - © Frank H. Jump

Ringside @ Trinity Boxing Club NYC - © Frank H. Jump

Ringside @ Trinity Boxing Club NYC - © Frank H. Jump

John Snow, Co-founder - © Frank H. Jump

John Snow, Co-founder - © Frank H. Jump

CNN Anchorwoman Mary Snow with her fiancé Kevin Kelly & his mom & cousin Barbara Snow

CNN Anchorwoman Mary Snow with her fiancé Kevin Kelly & his mom & cousin Barbara Snow

Mary Snow & Kevin Kelly - © Frank H. Jump

Mary Snow & Kevin Kelly - © Frank H. Jump

Ringside - © Frank H. Jump

Ringside - © Frank H. Jump

Fork In The Road - © Frank H. Jump

Fork In The Road - Yogi Berra - © Frank H. Jump

Ringside - © Frank H. Jump

Ringside - © Frank H. Jump

Karl Wallenda on Tightrope

Karl Wallenda on Tightrope

Ward on Adversity

William A. Ward on Adversity

Babe Ruth on Living Big

Babe Ruth on Living Big

Winston Churchill on Success

Winston Churchill on Success

Andrew Jackson on Courage

Andrew Jackson on Courage

James J Corbett on Endurance

James J Corbett on Endurance

Samuel Johnson on Perseverance

Samuel Johnson on Perseverance

Denis Waitley on Playing A Poor Hand Well

Denis Waitley on Playing A Poor Hand Well

Lao Tze on Softest Things

Lao Tze on Softest Things

Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus on War & Peace

Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus on War & Peace

Joe Louis on Heaven

Joe Louis on Mortality

Body & Soul

Body & Soul

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Front & Back Pepsi-Cola Sign – From Roosevelt Island & Long Island City

taken from Roosevelt Island, South Point - © Frank H. Jump

taken from Roosevelt Island, South Point - © Frank H. Jump

taken from Long Island City, Center Avenue - © Frank H. Jump

taken from Long Island City, Center Blvd - © Frank H. Jump

Meier & Oelhaf Co. Inc. – Marine Repair – Christopher Street c. 1977

Meier & Oelhaf - West Side Hwy - 1977
This is a snapshot I took when I was seventeen of my girlfriend Elaine Calenda and her lover Sharon Weinstein on the corner of Christopher Street & West Street in 1977. I found this snap in my photo album from 1977. Elaine and Sharon crossed the street and took my camera to take a picture of me because I was in a suit (published in an earlier posting).

Meier & Oelhaf - West Side Hwy - 1977

Meier & Oelhaf - West Side Hwy - 1977
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Meier & Oelhaf Co. Inc. – Marine Repair – Christopher Street 2007

Meier & Oelhaf
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Einhorn’s Cut Rate – Fulton Street, NYC

Einhorn's Cut Rate - Fulton Street, NYC

Einhorn's Cut Rate - Fulton Street, NYC
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Back in 1998, Einhorn’s Cut Rate almost made it into the original 24 Fading Ad Campaign images that exhibited at the N-Y Historical Society. It has since become a favorite shot for many a New York tourist. Myself included. This was taken today during holiday shopping with Vincenzo.

Sustainable Flatbush features NY Science Barge

Science Barge- SustainableFlatbush.org
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Sustainable Flatbush [which] provides a neighborhood-based forum to discuss, promote and implement sustainability concepts in Brooklyn and beyond. This blog is maintained and moderated by Anne Pope. She promises to keep real estate and politics out of the discussion. (Well, maybe a little politics.)

Document NYC’s Changing Urban Landscape… From the Inside Out

Out My Window NYC Gail Albert Halaban contacted me about her brilliant documentary project and I wanted to post it as quickly as I could.

Out My Window NYC

Gail Albert Halaban, photographer, in collaboration with the Design Trust for Public Space is working on a documentary photography project about people and their views in New York City and beyond.

Be part of a documentary photography project…

We are looking for all types of people that have all types of views that are descriptive to New York City.

If you look out your window and see a pizza parlor, or you have a view of a bridge or some other famous landmark, you have a view of where the World Trade Center used to be, you have a view into other people’s windows, or you have a view of buildings being renovated, then we are looking to photograph you and your view. Basically, we are looking for all types of people and views that describe the old and the new New York, and the ever changing skyline. If you live in Manhattan, Queens, New Jersey, Brooklyn, the Bronx, or Staten Island, and want to be a part of this photography project, please contact us at newyorkviews@gmail.com with a jpg of you and your view today! You will receive a print for your participation.

NY Daily Photo Blog Documents Our Waterfront Icons

Pepsi Cola Sign Colgate Clock Brian from New York Daily Photo provides in-depth historical and contextual information about these New York City waterfront icons.