Photographer Cameron Michael created The Manhattan Project, a stunning time-lapse film of New York City. Michael spent more than five months setting up the perfect shots for this time lapse video of Manhattan.
This time-lapse production has been a wild and exhilarating ride, with a lot of physical work lugging my 120-130 pounds of gear around all of Manhattan. I bent (broke) some laws and made a ton of friends.
“Playing For Pocket Change is a mini series featuring musicians playing on the streets and in the subways of New York City. Often overlooked and ignored, we find out who these people are and what makes them want play in the world’s strangest venue.”
Ladys and Gentleman: Geechee Dan-The Singing Dragon
This was spotted at the Fifth Avenue Apple Store on Friday morning during the hubbub prior to the iPhone 4S’s release. That is a real hairstyle! It’s possibly cooler than the tribute on Bond Street we wrote about last week.
The famous original photo showed 11 workers in flat caps precariously perched on a steel beam 800ft (240m) above the ground.
But in 2011, these construction engineers in London swapped vests for high-visibility jackets and safety harnesses as they ate out on a 755ft (230m) tall building.
Safety harnesses and high-visibility jackets: Eleven workmen ‘eat out’ as they recreate the famous Lunch atop a Skyscraper photo taken by Charles C Ebbets in 1932
Original: Eleven workmen in New York sit and eat lunch on this beam in 1932. One of the workmen, far right, is holding a bottle of whisky