In combining the two photohunters themes (creative and famous places) this week, I went to my photo archives for shots I took in Greenwich Village which is a famous and creative Manhattan neighborhood.
I've used many of these shots before but they seemed particularly good for both themes.
I was in Washington Square Park (a historic Greenwich Village Park) when I took these shots, and this park has hosted many creative artist performances through the years.
The park was being renovated so it was fairly empty when I was there.
The buildings below are part of the NYU campus and that is certainly a campus with a lot of creative artists. Martin Scorsese directed a number of short films while he was a student at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He has also taught there (to drop one famous creative name).
Click here for Gattina's Famous Places and/or click here for Sandy's Creative photohunt.
What a neat place to visit and walk around.
Neat, Carver. I have never been there so it's a treat to see!
Wonderful entry! That is a very nice place!
I'd love to go there! Fun collection. And certainly perfect for both memes (as usual for you)....you have great photo archives.
Great choices for both of themes :) I played too!
Hi Carver, wonderful photo collection and perfect for the two themes. I love the colors of the leaves and buildings.
Have a wonderful weekend.
It's been years since I visited New York -- and been in the US, in fact. But I have memories of being in Greenwich Village. Is there a big bookstore near that Washington Square Park? I think I sat out in the park for a bit to recover from a blissful visit to the bookstore... ;b
Thanks for bringing me on your walk around. It is amazing such a tranquil place produces creative talents. :)
I don't quite recognize the place but it looks really nice!
God bless you!
such a beautiful and peaceful setting. great photos.
Beautiful....and taken in Autumn....my favorite time of year!!!
My CREATIVE LINK Hope you can stop by. Have a great weekend.
Certainly a nice place to walk through !
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