Photography: Museum at Eldridge Street, Part 2

Here’s part 2 of my NYC Photo Trek to the Museum at Eldridge Street. You can see part 1 here. If you’re just tuning in, the museum is a historic synagogue that was restored in the early 2000s, and now hosts all types of cultural events. You can read up on its history here. The museum is gorgeous, a photographer’s dream.

This photo is one of my favorites!

Here are some photos of the restoration. Bonus points if you can spot any horsehair.

My next Photo Trek was to Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library. Also very cool! Photos next week! (And there are many…)

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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