From a butcher shop that was once a gangster hideaway to subway stations that are now abandoned, travellers to the Big Apple can often find magic in the mundane.
Hunt for the perfect souvenir and soak up the scene while shopping for local wares.
Venture into the leaf-strewn countryside with your camera in tow.
Home to spectacular views of the Statue of Liberty and beautiful Civil War-era warehouses, the sleepy neighbourhood of Red Hook, Brooklyn, is unexpectedly village-like.
Home to more than 70% of America’s chess playing population, the game is an integral part of New York City’s street culture.
Until 18 November, an unusual installation by Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi is bringing a new perspective to the 13ft-tall statue of Christopher Columbus by Central Park.