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Can you find the Empire State Building?

 
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Jan 31, 2005 14:07 |  #1

I was standing on top of the Empire State Building, and still succeeded to take a picture of the entire thing.

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Well at least of its shadow ;)

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Jan 31, 2005 16:44 |  #2

Nice,.. it casts a looooong shadow!

Any shot with the Chrysler building in it is worth a look ;)


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Jan 31, 2005 16:46 |  #3

More important, can you find B&H?


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Jan 31, 2005 17:02 as a reply to  @ pcasciola's post |  #4

Love the shot. Gotta Love Shadows!


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Jan 31, 2005 23:49 as a reply to  @ Mills's post |  #5

Thanks all,

pcasciola, you need to help me. What is B&H and whree is it? I was only a tourist in NY so my city knowledge is quite limited :o

For CDS... here another one I like which also contains the Crystler building:

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Jan 31, 2005 23:55 as a reply to  @ msol's post |  #6

msol wrote:
What is B&H and whree is it? I was only a tourist in NY so my city knowledge is quite limited :o

Oh, sorry. If you are into photography and knew you were that close you would definitely have wanted to stop in there. B&H is probably one of the top three camera retailers in the U.S.

Actually, it's not in the picture. You pictures are facing northeast, but B&H is 5 blocks west of the Empire State Building. I'd probably visit B&H before the Empire State Building, but only because I grew up in New York City.

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Nice photos, btw, thanks for sharing. I actually like #2 a little better than the first one.


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Feb 01, 2005 06:19 |  #7

nice shots.
were you the only one up there.


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Feb 01, 2005 08:28 as a reply to  @ mr.photoguy's post |  #8

mr.photoguy wrote:
nice shots.
were you the only one up there.

No, look closely at the shadows and you can see people waving. :D


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Feb 01, 2005 16:36 as a reply to  @ dewmuw's post |  #9

I love the shots.
I have a picture taken up there right where you stood
there were repair men hanging out of the railings (on the right side)and I got a shot of them

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Feb 01, 2005 16:37 as a reply to  @ dewmuw's post |  #10

dewmuw wrote:
No, look closely at the shadows and you can see people waving. :D


ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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