A few weeks ago, I signed up for a NYC Photo Trek to the Museum at Eldridge Street, a synagogue originally built in 1887. Today it is a museum celebrating the Jewish immigrants from eastern Europe who flocked to New York City’s Lower East Side in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Its restoration was completed in December 2007, and today the museum is open to the public ($10 will get you inside), and offers a variety of cultural events.
The museum was one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever shot. I am so glad I went!
And these are just a few of my favorites! I will post a few more pictures from the museum next week!
You can read about the history of the museum here.
This year, I’m doing the Eyecandy Project 52 photography challenge. Every week, we have to take a picture inspired by a prompt, such as From Above. Some prompts are relevant to the time of year, some are more evergreen. I’ll post my more successful efforts here about once a quarter. Check out the Q1 highlights here and the best of Q2 here.
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