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Wall Street: The Heart of the Financial District

Raveena Bahadur Professor Gold ENG 1101 December 18, 2012 Final Project Assignment- Wall Street The financial district of New York, better known as Wall Street, has been a very popular area to tour. The buildings and symbols attract tourists to … Continue reading

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Wall Street

Before being known as Wall Street, a tall wall literally stood at the SouthernĀ boundaryĀ of what was then called New Amsterdam. This wall was created to keep away Native American Tribes from the Colonists. A century later it became one of … Continue reading

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Zuccotti Park- Raveena Bahadur

Zuccotti Park is a year-round tourist attraction. Its location is in the right in the middle of the World Trade Center, the Stock Exchange, and Trinity Church. So much has happened in this area, including the Occupy Wall Street movement. … Continue reading

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What is Worth Preserving?- Raveena Bahadur

I believe what is worth preserving is the area a building is located in. The historical background of an area where the building was built is something to preserve. An example of an area worth preserving is Wall Street. Wall … Continue reading

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The Statue of Liberty- Raveena Bahadur

The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island, on the New York bay. Approaching the statue, one must travel on a ferry from New York to Liberty Island. Lady Liberty is surrounded by water; so as you are on … Continue reading

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Formal Critique- The Basket Building

The Basket Building was created by Dave Longaberger. It is known as the World’s Largest Basket. The building is a replica of Longaberger’s medium Market Basket, it being 160 times larger. This seven story building was built in 1997 and … Continue reading

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Architecture and the Lost Art of Drawing Summary- Raveena Bahadur

In Michael Graves article “Architecture and the Lost Art of Drawing,” which was published in the September 1, 2012 edition of The New York Times,Ā Graves describes how important drawing is, despite the fact we have computers to make our lives … Continue reading

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Unphotographable Moment #8- Raveena Bahadur

This is a picture I did not take of the horizon shown at the beach. The yellow and orange in the sky complimented each other very well, and it was even more beautiful when the birds flew by.

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Unphotographable Moment #7- Raveena Bahadur

This is a picture I did not take of the student feeling awkward in the train, as everyone was watching her and her tool bin- wondering what exactly she had in there.

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Unphotographable Moment #6- Raveena Bahadur

This is a picture I did not take of a full can of soda falling on the girls lap. Her eyes showed fury andĀ embarrassment as everyone watched and laughed.

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