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Good Riddance Day, New York City

New York City, USA, 28 December, 2015 –- Inspired by an Latin American tradition in which New Year’s revelers put artifacts or bad memories from the previous year into dolls and set them on fire, New Yorkers and visitors to the city participated in the Ninth (9) annual “Good Riddance Day” by shredding unpleasant, embarrassing and downright forgettable memories from 2015 and pave the way for new memories in 2016. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Star Wars Largest Lightsaber Battle

New York City, USA, 18 Dec, 2015 – One day after the opening of 'Star Wars:The Force Awakens' motion picture, die-hard fans gathered in New York’s Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village, to attempt what was called the Largest Lightsaber Battle in the World. Organizers declared that they were going for the World Record. Hundreds of saber-wielding fans and on lookers participated in the event. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

New Yorkers Rally For Affordable Housing

New York City, USA, 16 December 2015 -- A coalition of Seniors, Clergy, Labor and Community Leader demonstrated this morning outside of a New York City Planning Commission meeting. Voicing their concerns over affordable housing and the high cost of rents for the city’s workforce, the protesters pledged their support for Mayor Bill Deblasio's proposed affordable housing plan. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

SantaCon Invades New York City

New York City, USA, 12 December 2015 -- SantaCon the annual mass gathering and pub crawl that feature people dressed in Santa Claus costumes or as other Christmas characters paraded in several cities around the world. Several thousand Santas roamed the streets of New York City, starting in Brooklyn and made their way into Manhattan from mid- morning and well into the night. SantaCon began in San Francisco in 1994 and came to New York in 1998. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Famed Department Store Christmas Window Display

New York City, USA, 7 December 2015 – Every Christmas season, the famed New York City department store Macy’s on Herald Square, attract large crowds of visitor to its famous Christmas Window displays featuring beloved cartoon characters. Visitors of all ages delight in the displays, which coincide with the annual ‘Macy’s Thanksgiving Day’ parade and runs through the holiday season. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Senator Charles Schumer supports stronger gun-controlled measures

New York City, USA. 6 December 2015 -- Senior United States senator from New York, Democrat Charles "Chuck" Schumer was joined by John Miller, the Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence & Counter-terrorism of the NYPD at a mid-day press conference in New York's Bryant Park. The Senator, gave his support for stronger gun-controlled laws and the prohibition of anyone on the no-fly list from purchasing weapons. Referencing the San Bernardino, California terror attack by an ISIS-inspired jihadist husband and wife terror team, Senator Schumer said that he would be introducing legislation to bring about charge. The Senator and the Deputy Commissioner were joined at the conference by the elite NYPD anti-terror response team. Photo by © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us (Credit Image: © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us)/ZUMApress.com

 

 

Miniature New York City landmark buildings show

New York City, USA, 3 December 2015 - New York City's rich history of buildings and landmarks are recreated with plant material inside the Botanical Garden's Conservatory as part of the Botanical Garden's Holiday Train Show at The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, Bronx, New York. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

New York Botanical Garden's Holiday Model Train Show

New York City, USA, 3 December 2015 - Now in its twenty-third year, the Holiday Train Show features and celebrates New York City's rich history of buildings and landmarks by recreating these iconic structures with plant material inside the Botanical Garden's Conservatory. The show features over 20 trains and 150 miniature buildings from all five boroughs, with some highlights including Grand Central Station and the original Yankee Stadium. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Ever Changing Skyline of New York City

New York City, USA, 2 December 2015 - Looking in any direction in New York City, there is one constant. The skyline is ever changing with construction cranes to be seen everywhere. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Rapper Method Man

New York City, USA. 23 November 2015 -- Wu-Tang Clan's rapper Method Man not only satisfied his urges for some hot dogs, but he bent over backward to take some selfies photos with a delighted counter worker at the world-famous Nathan's Hotdogs on New York's Coney Island, home of the annual International Hot Dog Eating Contest. Photo by © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us (Credit Image: © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us)/ZUMApress.com

 

 

Sunset over Coney Island

New York City, USA, 22 November 2015 - Visitors to the world-famous Coney Island boardwalk in Brooklyn, New York, were treated to a very beautiful and quick sunset over the fame New York amusement park, located on the southern tip of the borough. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Aggressive Times Square costumed characters are a nuisance

New York City, USA, 20 November 2015 - The new Times Square, where panhandler-performers dressed like Elmo, Spider-Man, Lady Liberty and other characters descend on tourists hoping to get a bit of their cash. Some have complained that the costumed superheroes are overly aggressive in their solicitations - and downright nasty when they are turned down. They have been many arrests and calls to regulate the costumed characters in Times Square. One city lawmaker recently proposed licenses for the characters and police have begun handing out fliers and posting signs in five languages telling visitors that tips are optional. Times Square was once, in the 1980s, a parade of junkies, prostitutes, pimps and tough nuts that looked like they just got out of jail or would soon be in one. Now, costume-cladded superheroes characters are many, and descending on tourists in mass, demanding payment for taking photos with them. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

New York City's Zuccotti Park at night

New York City, USA, 17 November 2015 - Zuccotti Park, formerly called Liberty Plaza Park is a publicly accessible park in Lower Manhattan, New York City. Located in the shadows of Wall Street and the former World Trade Center, the park was heavily damaged in the September 11, 2001 attacks and subsequently recovered. In 2011, the plaza became the site of the Occupy Wall Street protests camp, during which activists occupied the plaza and used it as a staging ground for their protests throughout the Financial District in Manhattan. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Charging Bull of Wall Street at night

New York City, USA, 17 November 2015 - Charging Bull, which is sometimes referred to as the Wall Street Bull or the Bowling Green Bull, is a bronze sculpture, originally guerilla art, by Arturo Di Modica that stands in Bowling Green Park in the Financial District in Manhattan. The 3,200-kilogram (7,100 lb) sculpture stands 11 feet (3.4 m) tall and measures 16 feet (4.9 m) long. The oversize sculpture depicts a bull, the symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity, leaning back on its haunches and with its head lowered as if ready to charge. The sculpture is both a popular tourist destination which draws thousands of people a day, as well as "one of the most iconic images of New York" and a "Wall Street icon" symbolizing Wall Street and the Financial District. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Terror Memorial at One World Trade

New York City, USA, 17 November 2015 -- In the three days since the coordinated terror attacks on Paris, France, many French citizen, New Yorkers and tourists from around the world, have made their way to site of the former World Trade Center in New York. There at the new One World Trade, aka Freedom Tower, mourners show their respects by leaving French flags and flowers, laid on the black granite apron ringing the 'reflection pool' that have the names of the 911 victims inscribed. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Emotional Expressions

New York City, USA 15 November 2015 - Two days after the deadly coordinated terror attacks on the French capital; grieving mourners continue to visit the make-shift sidewalk Virgil to the victims of the terror attacks on 13 November 2015. Mourners express their emotions in many varied ways, such as shedding a tear, bowing their heads, closing theirs in momentary silence. Others express their emotions in a more visual way, as these placards show. Photo by © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us (Credit Image: © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us)/ZUMApress.com

 

 

Consul General and kids

New York City, USA 15 November 2015 - Bertrand Lorthlary, the French Consul General in New York, as all Frenchmen, must be experiencing a heavy emotional load. The Counsul took a much needed break and enjoyed a late-Sunday afternoon walk along Fifth Avenue with his two young children on their bikes. Upon his return to the Consulate, the Counsul General angrily objected to being photographed on the City's street, citing 'security concerns.' Photo by © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us (Credit Image: © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us)/ZUMApress.com

 

 

Kids at French Consulate Memorial

New York City, USA 15 November 2015 - Two days after the deadly coordinated terror attacks on the French capital, Paris, mourners of many nations and faiths, continue to visit the make-shift sidewalk memorial to the Paris slaughter in New York City.Particularly noticeable, were the many parents that brought along their young children, turning the moment into a life-lesson of love, hate, redemption, forgiveness and history. The youngest laid flowers, bowed their heads in momentary silent, stood in solidarity and paid respect to the terror victims, as parents explained many things to them. Photo by © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us (Credit Image: © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us)/ZUMApress.com

 

 

Virgil at the Consulate General of France in New York, NY

New York City, USA 14 November 2015 - A steady stream of French citizens, New Yorkers and visitors made a solemn pilgrimage to the Consulate General of France in New York located on Fifth Avenue, to lay flowers, spent a moment of silence and pray, for the hundreds of French citizens killed in the terror attacks on the French capital city of Pairs, 13 November 2015.Security around the Consulate was tight and the elite New York terrorism team was present. The city's Mayor Bill Deblasio, stopped by and spoke with the Consul General Bertrand Lortholary. Photo by © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us (Credit Image: © G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us)/ZUMApress.com

 

 

Foliage Season hits peak

Carrabassett Valley, Maine, USA, 14 November 2015 -- Maine, the northern-most state on the North American eastern seaboard is world-famous for its explosion of colours every autumn. The famous foliage season runs between mid-September to mid-October rolling through various communities of the state, drawing visitors from near and far to experience the explosion of colours as the trees change colours every fall. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

People Using Technology

New York City, USA, 21 November 2015 – With rapid advancement in technology, coupled with the miniaturization in size, people are using tech in many ways. From digital photography, to cell phone with capable cameras, making calls and surfing the internet, and the ever popular selfies, modern consumer tech is now an entrenched part of our daily lives, with usage to be found everywhere. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Brooklyn Bridge pedestrian traffic

New York City, USA, 13 November 2015 -- The iconic New York landmark, the Brooklyn Bridge, host hundreds of thousands of people using its pathway every day. The bridge is an active pedestrian artery for visitors and residents, alike. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

Micro-garbage Collection

New York City, USA, 13 November 2015. With a population of over eight (8) million residents, New York City’s garbage collection is a huge effort. Enterprising New Yorkers, many economically disadvantaged, have turned to micro-garbage collection in order to earn a living. They collect recyclable aluminum and plastic beverage containers, selling back to recycler collection businesses at five (5) cents per item. © 2016 G. Ronald Lopez/DigiPixsAgain.us/Alamy Live News

 

 

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