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The Big Apple... City at Night!

Time Square 2806


New York is truly a city of lights. Everynight Times Square is alive with people, sounds, smells and an energy unlike anyplace else I have experience. This place screams sensory overload especially for a country boy like me.


Base of the Empire 2866



Empire State @ Night 2805



Nothing to me represents New York more than the Empire State Building. My camera would always be drawn to it and being that it was the highhest thing in NYC I knew I had to go to the top! 



Empire State @ Night 2802


The view at night is truly amazing. They will not let you take a tripod to the observation deck so you have to make use of the safety fence or stone work to provide a stable platform for those long exposures. I was really impressed with my Sony NEX-5's low light capabilities and my trusty Canon with its EF 24-70mm f2.8 was truly amazing!


Empire State @ Night 2803




Zoomed in on Chrysler Building from EPSB 2873



Empire State looking toward Hudson 2871


This was one of the highlights of my trip! What a view!



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