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Arutemu wrote in post #18075281
Not sure what your question is... If about location, this was shot from the South side of the Manhattan Bridge.
Thank you. I've never been to NYC but have a trip coming up, just didn't know what part of town that was. Thanks.
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Jul 23, 2016 22:52 as a reply to @ Talley's post |
Oh, sure. If crossing the Manhattan Bridge, make sure you are on the South side of it. The view South (Chinatown, Lower Manhattan, The East River) is nice; the view North is not particularly impressive. Bring a wide angle lens too, the view is asking for it There are torn portions of the wire mesh in several very key points, which help with the shots. Otherwise you need to kneel and bend down to shoot through the railing, which is kind of a pain.
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Talley wrote in post #18075506
just didn't know what part of town that was. Thanks.
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Jul 27, 2016 09:40 as a reply to @ invi2003's post |
I used to work there! That is 919 Third Ave.
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Nice pics everyone, it's always great to see the sites of the city in pictures if not there in person, can't wait to go back myself.
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Post edited over 2 years ago by twists n turns.
(Thought id post this in here if thats ok.) Mapping historical photos across NYC. Pretty cool!