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1/9 Ballerina Legs
Ballerina Legs

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Ballerina Legs

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 4, 2015

Frayed fabric at the toe…on the platform and pleats. That’s the evidence of dedication, In case you want to know. Bruises on the knees come and go. I can’t show you those right now, Because love takes them away. These legs belong to not just anyone. They are symbols of grace; eloquent tools. These legs […]

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2/9 Brooklyn Bridge SkyLine
Brooklyn Bridge SkyLine

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Brooklyn Bridge Skyline

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 4, 2015

Brooklyn Bridge Skyline This is my all time favorite photo, taken New Years Eve Day 2007. It is my best seller, purchased throughout New York and the United States as well as three other countries. This photograph has many feelings and emotions attached to it nostalgia, pride, success and love. I always had a fascination with bridges, how […]

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3/9 Brooklyn Bridge Detail
Brooklyn Bridge Detail

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Architectural Detail

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 4, 2015

Architectural detail of The Brooklyn Bridge. I always had a fascination with bridges, how they were built long ago without the technology and equipment we have today. How they withstand the weather and immense traffic all these years. Born in Brooklyn its logical that the Brooklyn Bridge is my favorite bridge. I walk around that […]

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4/9 Shadows in La Puerta Del Sol
Shadows in La Puerta Del Sol

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Shadows in Madrid

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 4, 2015

Shadows of the busy people walking through La Puerta del Sol in Madrid, Spain.

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5/9 Lady Liberty Portrait
Lady Liberty Portrait

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Lady Liberty Portrait

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 4, 2015

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to the United States of America on October 28, 1886. The statue represents Libertas, the Roman Goddess of Freedom. The statue is on Liberty Island in New York Harbor and is an icon of freedom and is a welcoming sight for immigrants, tourists and native New Yorkers. I […]

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6/9 Nathans
Nathans

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The Original Nathans

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 3, 2015

The original Nathan’s Famous hot dog stand opened in 1916 in Coney Island, Brooklyn. Nathans is open 365 days a year and is the location for the Nathans Hot Dog Eating Contest which is held on July 4th.

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7/9 Bella
Bella

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Bella

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 3, 2015

Bella, poised like a statue. The Italian Greyhound breed has a long history, because of their gracefulness they have been portrayed in paintings and were a popular breed in Renaissance Italy. They continue to be a great companion, smart and full of energy.

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8/9 Notre Dame
Notre Dame

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Notre Dame

Posted in black & white by Denise Rafkind on January 3, 2015

Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris is a wonderful example of French Gothic architecture, it is also one of the largest and most well known church buildings in the world.

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9/9 The Cyclone
The Cyclone

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The Cyclone

Posted in black & white by WpRafDen on January 2, 2015

The Cyclone is a landmark in Coney Island, Brooklyn. The brave come to ride it year after year. The not as brave can enjoy other rides, walk on the boardwalk, go to the beach, enjoy a famous hot dog and listen to the screams coming from the people riding the Cyclone.

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