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Fire Escape at Hudson & Perry

By Sam Rooeintan

New York City row houses all have these iconic mechanical fire stairs that hang from the side of the building like a giant parasite. They have become an architectural element at this stage of their existence and you can't really imagine a row house without one.

Big Ben vs Double Decker Bus

By Sam Rooeintan

This picture was a pure accident but it ended up being the best of the series taken that night in London. The bus just rolled in when the shutter went off and created this dynamic picture. The juxtaposition of the moving bus over the mountable stance of Big Ben in the background yielded a great composition that otherwise would've been very ordinary.

Ocean Drive Classic

By Sam Rooeintan

When you are walking down Ocean Drive in South Beach, Miami you are bound to see cool stuff. But once in a while you find a gem. This classic car was parked right outside the Versace Mansion and it was shining in the bright morning sun. Those iconic front headlights and the magnificent grill begged to be photographed and this picture was born.

Holland Park at Dusk

By Sam Rooeintan

There are a number of great parks in London and Holland Park is one of the best one. Between the Peacocks roaming the garden and the beautiful exotic flowers there is a lot to photograph but the silhouette of the building structure in the middle of the park proved more irresistible.

London Eye

By Sam Rooeintan

Once one embarks on the 45 minute journey aboard the London Eye you are given the opportunity to observe London as only birds can and that is a breathtaking experience. Yet the fact that all this excitement is possible as a result of human ingenuity is always masked by the experience. This photograph was taken to remind us of that human spirit.

The Hallway

By Sam Rooeintan

Every time I look at this photograph it reminds me of the programmer back door scene of the Matrix: Reloaded. There is something so infinite about apartment complex hallways that is very surreal in nature. When this picture was taken I literally felt that the hallway was extending away from the viewfinder.

Central Park Party

By Sam Rooeintan

A few summers ago Underworld came to New York City and they had a show in Central Park as part of Ultra Music Festival Summer Parties. I was so excited and so was the rest of the crowd. I wanted to somehow bottle that excitement so I held the camera up high and snapped this picture. It became so dynamic and it certainly captured the mood at the time.

Door Knocker in Soho

By Sam Rooeintan

You don't have to walk far in Soho to find kool stuff to photograph. This door knocker probably is not that exciting to the people passing it by everyday. I even believe that no one even notices it even when they are literally using it to knock on the door on which it is fastened. But I couldn't resist and had the immortalize it somehow.

Sky Escape

By Sam Rooeintan

All fire escapes lead you down to the ground but the can also lead you the sky. In this photograph we can see the other potential of these iconic structures that have become part of the structural fabric of the downtown New York City architecture.

Holland Park Nursery

By Sam Rooeintan

Almost everyone goes to Holland park in London for the immaculately manicured gardens. No one notices the sculpturesque edifices that are built in the middle of the park. Each evening the light dances in between the columns and create a magnificent play between light and dark and this picture captures the essence of that dance.

The Oak

By Sam Rooeintan

I took a quick trip to Hoboken New Jersey one time to take some New York Skyline pictures. Instead I came back with a bunch of amazing shots from the magnificent Oak trees in the waterfront park.

The Ride to Twin Towers

By Sam Rooeintan

Every weekend I would take the Path train from Newark Penn Station to World Trade Center Station in New York to enjoy what the Big Apple had to offer and take a couple of great shots while I was there. But I never paid any attention to the industrial beauty that is Newark until I looked out of the train window.

Headlight & Grille

By Sam Rooeintan

I still believe that cars had better character and design back in the day. I think the car design industry has lost its sole and now-a-days you can't really consider any recently designed car to become a classic in 20 years time. That is why I'm on a quest to take as many classic car close up shots as possible to preserve the essence of great car design of yester year.

New York Life Building

By Sam Rooeintan

There are a number of iconic buildings in New York but the golden crown of New York Life building has always been a great indicator that you are in downtown New York. I love that building and I love this photograph that I took of it because it captures its glory and architectural essence by juxtaposing it over the cotton white clouds of winter.

Path Train to 32nd Street

By Sam Rooeintan

Every once in a while I would switch trains at Journal Square to go to 32nd Street. I would always rush to sit in the first car because there was a window that would allow you to see where the train was heading. I took this shot standing in front of that window and looking out the tracks.

Glorious Newark

By Sam Rooeintan

Not everyone agrees that Newark is beautiful in its own way. I have always found beauty in decay and Newark is the best example of it. Every bit of exposed structure around Newark is full of history and paints a picture of where America came from. This is a great picture of one of Newark's hydraulic bridges that have become an iconic scenery of this historic city.

The Chrysler Building

By Sam Rooeintan

Who knows what will happen to Chrysler now that it is no longer and American Car Company. But no one will ever forget that Chrysler once soared above the clouds in a City that saw no limits in extending manmade structures to the heavens. Chrysler Building is unforgettable.

Superman Ride

By Sam Rooeintan

The original Superman Ride in Six Flags New Jersey is one of the scariest rides I've been on. Of course they have better and scarier rides these days I'll never forget my first Superman ride. Once the ride was over I had to immortalize the moment by taking a souvenir.

Battery Park Bench

By Sam Rooeintan

This picture embodies the beauty of lower Manhattan. I recommend starting at World Financial Center and making your way down to the Jewish Museum and you are bound to find scenery worthy of a snapshot or two.

Flatiron Frozen in Time

By Sam Rooeintan

The Flatiron Building is yet another New York landmark that its beauty has been overlooked. I could not pass it by and not bust out the camera. The juxtaposition of the Fifth Ave Building clock across the street and the Flatiron building was a photographic treat I could not pass up.

The Dalmatian Puppy

By Steph

This curious Dalmatian puppy likes to walk around outside Marstudio's offices, and Steph couldn't resist taking her picture. Armed with a treat, she snapped this photo just before the pooch mowed her down.

The White Rose

By Steph

Bathed in a mysterious light and isolated against a plain background, the white rose in this photograph speaks its own secret language.

Weekend

By Steph

A double-exposure of the bridge after the Baltimore Habor Tunnel, and Rt. 895 one sunny Sunday afternoon. One could expound for hours, perhaps, with regards to line of sight and one-point perspective, but really this is just a photograph of a bridge and a road.

Truckdog

By Steph

One day, Truckdog appeared in Steph's rear view mirror. She spent weeks tracking him down after that, and, lucky for her, she found him.

Traveling

By Steph

Passing through tunnels as a kid was always fun. Steph shot this photo while traveling through the Baltimore Habor Tunnel.

A Goat Head

By Steph

This is a photograph of someone holding a goat's head in front of his own head.

 
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