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Taken from near the corner of 42nd Street and 5th Avenue.

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  • Kym  Breeze
    Kym Breezeover 6 years ago
    This is an interesting image, I like the way you have presented it, great to see the different textures on the building. it is almost like it is standing alone in the darkness, solitaire. yet one gets the feeling there is so much more to be seen. The B&W is effective, it glows. cheers
  • Murray Newham
    Murray Newhamover 6 years ago

    yeah I agree with Kym, there’s a great sense of solitude in this image, which is so hard to get from a city like New York.. (then again, there is no other city like New York)

  • Christian Hartung
    Christian Hartungover 6 years ago

    this is truely amazing, you have some fantastic images, well done and keep going

  • Judith Oppenheimer
    Judith Oppenhe...over 6 years ago

    love the lighting and negative space on this, beautifully captured

  • JLHopgood
    JLHopgoodover 6 years ago

    My favourite building in NYC. Excellent image for this building, leaves everything to the art deco – understated elegance. Magnificent!

  • JetRobins
    JetRobinsover 6 years ago

    I echo JLHopgood’s comment, this was absolutely my fave building in NYC. Everywhere you it is there and you have to try and capture it however you see it. An Art Deco masterpiece – i wish i had the $800M spare to have bought it!

  • Caroline Gorka
    Caroline Gorkaover 6 years ago

    Ny favorite building too ..great shot :)

  • Lara Bianco
    Lara Biancoover 6 years ago

    i love NY – what a great shot – well done

  • Samantha Jones
    Samantha Jonesover 4 years ago

    Gorgeous! The lighting is superb.

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