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Dec
11

NYC Architecture

Here’s the last batch of images from my recent trip to NYC. The above photo is of Grand Central Terminal (used to be Grand Central Station) and the Chrysler Building just after sunset. We walked there from Bryant Park to see the nightly light show that starts at 5:00 PM each night during December. Except that they don’t do that anymore. Thank you for the up to date info, Google! <eyeroll>

I like the contrast in this shot between the light column and the dark column, right there on the same building facade.  We stumbled across this walking through Soho.

This was just a random fire escape I noticed on our walk through Soho. I like the repeated curves in the design. A lot!

And finally, a shot I took just for my son, who loves dark, Gothic style buildings and art. It’s not exactly Gothic, I realize, but it’s still pretty cool, and he “uber-like”d it, so I count that as success!

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