Another from my night at Rockefeller Center. Given the perfect conditions, it should be no surprise that the observation deck was very popular that night. People were lined up 2-3 deep at the southern edge enjoying the fantastic view.
Lower Manhattan skyline from the Brooklyn Bridge Park. This is a deservedly popular spot. There were a half dozen other photographers down by the pilings and more than that lining Furman street above the park.
The High Line as it crosses over 18th Street, with Gehry’s IAC Building in the background. The renovation of the High Line into a park is a fantastic addition to NYC and a photographer’s paradise. Anyone visiting owes it to themselves to walk it’s length. If the Ventra card winds up destroying the CTA in Chicago, it’s good to know we could at least turn the L’s tracks into a nice park.
I don’t know if attaching your love lock to a streetlight is as romantic as, say, the fence lining the Pont des Arts bridge in Paris. But the view from the Brooklyn Bridge is certainly romantic enough.
I was in New York this past weekend. After landing on Wednesday the weather and clouds looked promising, so I made a beeline for Rockefeller Center. What luck, since the sunset wound up being spectacular.