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New York, New York. USA view from the former World Trade Center Tower 2
Olympus OM-2n. Tokina 35mm. Kodak Tri-X 400.
city, cityscape, new, nyc, world trade center, york
Cool shot !
Very poignant shot James……………fantastic capture……….
Fab shot and one you can never take again.One of my lifetime regrets is that I never made it up the twin towers. I had lunch in the restaurant on the ground floor once on a one day trip to NYC, but did not have the time to go up the tower.
never again were my thoughts exactly as i pulled this one out the old time machine. thanks.
– J.K. York
Awesome shot ! what a view, It’s a treasure that you have this :)
thanks Lisa. There will never be another view quite like it again.
Wow – a real keeper for sure! Great shot – scratched glass and all!
the scratches were easy to remove. the think glass made for a very muddy negative. had to work a lot of magic beyond unsharp mask to get it this far. thanks.
thanks Heather. i appreciate the praise.
Historically important shot JK. Nobody will ever be able to take a picture from that place again. Cherish this one my friend.
you are right on point my friend. i do cherish the single roll i took up there.
Very cool, and you have to take good care of the negative my friend!
its in archival storage!!! thanks.
I have no issue with the resolutionbrilliant work
glad you don’t think the resolution is an issue. thanks.
Wonderful shot, I remember my journey up there …still incredible to think of what has happened since then ……
it was quite an amazing ride and i’m not generally afraid of heights, but that trip had my heart going. all i could think on 9/11 was having been up there and knowing what a long way down it was.