Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love

Americas, United States, The Northeast

Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love

No Comments 19 November 2010

In this collection of photos from 2005, the Monkey explores one of the most important U.S. cities—former revolutionary breeding ground and one-time capital, Philadelphia.

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New England, the quaintest corner of the country

Americas, United States, The Northeast

New England, the quaintest corner of the country

No Comments 30 August 2010

The region of New England is comprised of the northeastern states of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.  As its name implies, it was home to several of the earliest British settlements in the Americas. The Monkey made various trips to parts of New England, visiting everything from its select universities to its ski areas. Here are a few of those images, from the period between 1999 and 2004.

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New York, city of bridges

Americas, United States, The Northeast

New York, city of bridges

No Comments 19 August 2010

On a figurative level, the Monkey is all about bridging the gaps between peoples and places. On a literal level, these photos focus on a few of the 2,000 bridges between places in New York City.

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Monkey madness in Manhattan

Americas, United States, The Northeast

Monkey madness in Manhattan

No Comments 8 August 2010

How does one sum up Manhattan in a few photographs? The Monkey’s not sure, but here are a few photographs from a range of locations in Manhattan, taken at various times during his years spent living in New York City.

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New York City, the real U.S. capital

Americas, United States, The Northeast

New York City, the real U.S. capital

No Comments 8 August 2010

The Monkey is a recovering New Yorker, having left the city in 2007 after a nine-year stint there. In this set of photos, he introduces a few of the Big Apple’s biggest sights.

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