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Eagles of New York City

Post by Ceropegia » Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:25 am

I love architectural embellishments on old buildings, so naturally I also take photos of them. I took many while in New York City two years ago which I am finally getting around to editing. Still working on lions, faces, critters, etc.

In front of the Health, Hospitals, and Sanitation Building, 125 Worth Street
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Copper Eagle par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Louis J. Lefkowitz State Office Building, 80 Centre Street (141 Worth Street)
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Eagle Relief par Ceropegia, on ipernity

Over the doors to the American Express Company Building, 65 Broadway
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Eagle par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Empire Building, 71 Broadway (Not the Empire State Building)
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Eagle Statue par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Standard Oil Building, 26 Broadway
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Eagle with Globe par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Surrogate's Courthouse, 13 Chambers Street
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Eagle Statue par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the One Broadway Building aka the International Merchantile Marine Company Building aka the United States Lines-Panama Pacific Lines Building
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Eagle par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Washington Square Arch, Washington Square Park, Greenwich Village
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Eagle par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Bankers Trust Company Building, 14 Wall Street
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Eagle par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Standard Oil Building, 26 Broadway
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Eagle par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Liberty Tower, 55 Liberty Street
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Eagle par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the Woolworth Building, 233 Broadway
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Eagle with Shield par Ceropegia, on ipernity

On the American Express Company Building, 65 Broadway
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Eagle with Shield par Ceropegia, on ipernity

At Madison Square Garden on 7th Avenue
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Eagle Statue par Ceropegia, on ipernity

Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank, 51 Chambers Street
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Eagle with Wings Spread par Ceropegia, on ipernity

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Post by Duck » Fri Jun 17, 2016 6:33 am

What a fantastic collection, Martha.

I will be leading a photo excursion to New York on Saturday and this would be a great 'game' for the photographers in the group. NYC has an abundance of statues, reliefs and castings of all types of critters, not just eagles. I think I'll be suggesting it as a challenge on Saturday.

Thanks for sharing.
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Post by Ceropegia » Fri Jun 17, 2016 8:27 am

Duck wrote:What a fantastic collection, Martha.

I will be leading a photo excursion to New York on Saturday and this would be a great 'game' for the photographers in the group. NYC has an abundance of statues, reliefs and castings of all types of critters, not just eagles. I think I'll be suggesting it as a challenge on Saturday.

Thanks for sharing.


You're welcome. Would love to go on the excursion. Would have been in the city this weekend at a convention, but decided to pass on it.

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Post by TomCofer » Sat Jun 18, 2016 5:58 pm

Neat collection of eagle shots Martha!
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