Mr Bell’s New York: A City In Black And White


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Over the last six months or so I’ve been to New York a lot and taken literally thousands of photo’s. Here’s a collection black and white shots from the city that’s like a second home.

Grand Central is an insanely busy train station in the heart of midtown Manhattan located on 42nd Street and Park Avenue famous amongst other things for its beautiful Beaux-Arts architecture.

Times Square located at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue is known as “The Crossroads of the World” and when you arrive there you can see why.

The Rockefeller Center stretches over several blocks in midtown and is filled with iconic New York sights.

Radio City Music Hall is also part of the Rockefeller Center and is one of, if not the largest, theatre in the world most famous for its Christmas Spectacular.

Just across the road from Rockefeller Center on Fifth Avenue is the beautiful St Patrick’s Cathedral.


From the old to the new New York is filled with skyscrapers, these are a few of my favourites.

The following pictures show a few of New York’s more famous buildings and attractions that I never get tired of seeing.

Finally I’ve picked out a few random shots that I’ve taken while just wandering the streets of New York, more than anything else probably one of my favourite pastimes.

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I live in London and work for a large international airline but apart from being my job travel is my passion. I've been very lucky and have travelled all over the world. In this my 20th year working for the airline I decided to start photographing and writing about the places I visit including my home town London. I hope you enjoy my adventures around the world.

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