On August 2nd 2013 I went up to Harlem and Hamilton Heights to photograph landmarks and Churches. The best way for me to take photos and get a good feel of the neighborhood is to walk. I started walking up 125th Street and ended at Amsterdam Ave. and W 145 Street. It took me more than 4 hours and I walked up and down the blocks. I must have walked a lot of miles. I got a lot done, but I have a lot more ground to cover. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed taking them.

The Abyssinian Baptist Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

Great photo of a Brownstone Dwelling. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

A row of Brownstone houses. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The colors really stand out. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

Ivy is growing on this Brownstone. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Church of St. Charles Borromeo. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

City College. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Ebenezer Gospel Tabernacle Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The quarters of Engine 59 and Ladder 30. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Ephesus Church of the Seventh Day Adventist. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Greater Metropolitan Baptist Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

Beautiful buildings in Hamilton Heights. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

Numerous trees line the streets in Hamilton Heights. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

Lenox Ave and W 120 Street. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Metropolitan Baptist Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Metropolitan Community Methodist Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Mother African Methodist Episcopal Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Mount Zion Lutheran Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The St. Aloysius Catholic Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

St. Andrews Episcopal Church. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

The Grange, home of Alexander Hamilton. Photo taken on 8-02-13.

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