Wow! What a stunning picture! LOVE it so much!
I didn't think they called anything "Woolworth" anymore. Shows how much I know!Terrific photo...you can sense the city winding down as the lights come on.
I love the Woolworth building and I think it is much under rated. I suppose everyone thinks of ESB and Chrysler buildings when they think of NYC.
The cathedral of commerce, I think, no? I love that building. It's like lace. But it is so hard to capture it. You found the right trick.Very atmospheric. I like.
What a great view!!
Wow, where did you climb to get this shot?
What an awesome view!
Oh wow!!I love that gaze!
Beautiful! Where was this taken from?
Wonderful view from there.
Poor Woolworth Bldg was the tallest in the city til the Empire State Bldg overshadowed it
"Start spreading the news... I'm leaving today... I want to be a part of it... NEW YORK, NEW YORK!"Sorry. That song jumped into my head as soon as I saw your image. BEAUTIFUL Ken. Wow.
shot taken from the 50th floor of the Chase Manhattan building, next to the evil Federal Reserve, home of the US banking system.....
"If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere.Come on , come through, NEW YORK, NEW YORK!" Laurie and I are headed for the Big Apple KM! Great, great shot.V
So pretty it makes me want to live there. I'm so glad that I do!A friend of mine once described the lights on the buildings, when the sunlight is waning, as looking like jewels. I completely agree. Beautiful, Ken.
Ya gotta sneak in past the lobby sign that says "No tourists allowed past this point". The lobby is like from another planet. Wow
wow!!! is it you who shoot this picture?? from where?? very beautiful!!!
Love this shot
A nice open shot. Shows a broader view of NYC. I still like your more intimate views though Ken. - Dave
Wow Ken, a great shot of a great city!Wow wow wow... how many stories are in this one shot??? (stories and stories?)
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