Harlem’s attractiveness illustrated (with that neat new camera)
In celebration of the new camera, some photos of Harlem buildings and neighborhoods. (UPDATE: I’m using a new process to make them fit into the blog’s format. Before, they were thumbnails and oversized….a real pain.)
Here’s a snap looking southward from 125th and Lenox. I think of this area as the “heart of Harlem”. I don’t know if I’ve heard that somewhere or whether I’m just wrong. The church is Seventh Day Adventist.
Here’s a building on 125th Street.
Here’s a nice shot of an area next to Marcus Garvey Park. The area is wonderful.
Here are three quick photos taken around 127th through 137th Streets. I didn’t note exactly where, but they are between Lenox Avenue and Frederick Douglass Blvd.
Look at the next. What a wonderful looking place!
It’s easy to make Harlem look good. Maybe this can show some of the effects of the Harlem Renaissance that’s going on.