Photographer Nathan Kensinger got a look at hidden spaces inside the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Brooklyn. Built in 1929 and closed in 2005, the building is the tallest structure in Brooklyn and is currently being renovated. I love the vault.
Blogger Paul Sahner came across photographs his grandfather took of New York City in 1961. He then valiantly retraced his grandfather’s steps and took photos from the same locations. His resulting gallery shows the contrast of 1961 vs. 2009.
Beauty in everything. Two guys enter the abandoned Brooklyn Red Hook grain factory and come away with some stunning photos of the industrial landscape. Read their story to learn more about the adventure.