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Cony Island amusement park, Brooklyn, New York City by Franck Bohbot
Bohbot’s series, entitled “Last Stop — Coney Island” transforms the seedy New York amusement park into a placid landscape of washed out pastels and muted dreams. Through Bohbot’s lens, the park morphs into a hazy limbo trapped somewhere between a child’s idealised version of the adventure park and an adult’s far more jaded perspective. The eerie yet beautiful landscapes conjure the opposite feeling of actually being at the crowded, sweat-filled pier, and that’s exactly why they have us so entranced.
A stunning black and white photo capturing acrobats at the top of the Empire State Building performing the stunt during the opening of the building possibly on May 1, in the 1931.
‘Midtown’ – This is the view overlooking Central Park from the 35th floor of the Time Warner building, which is the lobby lounge of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel. That’s W 59th Street below. / Photographed by Grey van der Meer