Five new abstract photographs curated and shot by the Untapped New York Team will appear on LinkNYC kiosks this week across all five boroughs. The photographs, which highlight the architecture of New York City in close-ups and different angles, are part of our collaboration with LinkNYC for Name This Spot, an interactive photo scavenger hunt. Every Tuesday, a new batch of photographs are unveiled and the following Monday, the locations are revealed on the LinkNYC Instagram. Discover what places to look for this week, and see if you guessed any of last week’s answers correctly!
The collage above shows three of the newly released photographs, and the two below are new as well. Do you know where any of them were taken from? The Name This Spot photographs could be from anywhere within Manhattan, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens and the Bronx. If you think you the buildings featured in any of these shots, tell us on Instagram by tagging @UntappedCities and @LinkNYC.
The four images below were revealed last night as (clockwise from top left): the Guastavino vaulted ceiling of the Municipal Building, the Tent of Tomorrow, a remnant of the New York State Pavilion from the 1964 World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, The Children’s Museum in Brooklyn, the Hell’s Gate Bridge. You can see the Tent of Tomorrow on an upcoming Remnants of the World’s Fair Tour, and get a look at the Guastavino ceiling on our Underground Subway Tour!
Keep an eye on LinkNYC kiosks every Tuesday for new Name This Spot photos!