Views from highest point in Brooklyn May 19 2009
Photographer Nathan Kensinger got a look at hidden spaces inside the Williamsburgh Savings Bank in Brooklyn. Built in 1929 and closed in 2005, the building is the tallest structure in Brooklyn and is currently being renovated.
Kensinger made two trips to the bank. In the first he explores the bank vault and gets a look at the inner workings of the clock on the building's face. On his second trip Kensinger got some beautiful shots of the interior of the dome (left) that tops the building.