The Sylvan Terrace's wood houses, build upon the Morris-Jumel mansion's carriage drive in 1882, are a pleasant sight in snow.
The identical houses on Sylvan Terrace are an unusual sight in Manhattan. If you live here, you better remember your house number.
The Morris-Jumel mansion, in upper Manhattan, is the oldest house in the borough. Built in 1765, it served as Washington's Headquarters as our fledgling army was being driven from New York.
A row of brownstones on 160th Street between Jumel Terrace and Edgecombe Avenue. I love the old checker cab parked in front. I thought about taking the shot in black and white, but found the contrast between the snow-covered black car and the various shades of brown houses too wonderful to relinquish to black and white.