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    NYC from Thursday (image heavy)

    Had to meet someone in the city the other day and finished up early, so I had some free time to take in the sights.

    The tunnel into Penn:


    Penn







    At least this guy being honest with his intentions for any money received:


    Christmas Balls


    Central Park:


    Sunset:


    ESB:


    Central Park at night;


    Pano:


    The Tree:




    Last edited by Joe; 12-15-2012 at 08:36 PM. Reason: forgot the panhandler

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    Great shots! Amazing colors. You made NYC look....look....so....CLEAN!
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    I've never seen Penn so festive.
    Ladies and gentlemen, this is your captain speaking. We have a small problem.
    All four engines have stopped. We are doing our damnedest to get them under control.
    I trust you are not in too much distress. —Captain Eric Moody, British Airways Flight 9

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    Thanks for the compliment.

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    LOVE the sunset shot! What building does that antenna belong to? Great shot of the Park also

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    Antenna mast is the Condé Nast Building, 4 Times Square

    N2MAV, I love radio and antennas!! lol

    Here is a view of it in context

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    Joe ... Awesome set with vibrant colors.
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    Awesome contrast and colors on those shots! They actually make Penn station look nice !
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    Great shots Joe!
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    Great work, Joe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by megatop412 View Post
    LOVE the sunset shot! What building does that antenna belong to? Great shot of the Park also
    I don't know what building the antenna belongs to, however, in Manny's shot, it is the tall antenna on the right side of the photo.

    I want to go back with my 100-400 and zoom in on the sunset as well as to try and get an image of a plane passing the full moon, since I never can get the angle correct whenever I try. I just missed a helicopter passing in front of the sun, it was too low by only the height of the copter itself.
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    Thanks for the compliments everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    I don't know what building the antenna belongs to, however, in Manny's shot, it is the tall antenna on the right side of the photo.

    I want to go back with my 100-400 and zoom in on the sunset as well as to try and get an image of a plane passing the full moon, since I never can get the angle correct whenever I try. I just missed a helicopter passing in front of the sun, it was too low by only the height of the copter itself.
    I actually said the actual building in my post :-)

    Antenna mast is the Condé Nast Building, 4 Times Square
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzalu View Post
    I actually said the actual building in my post :-)

    Antenna mast is the Condé Nast Building, 4 Times Square
    I know that you did, but being that there were two buildings with large antennas on them, I was pointing out which one it was since maybe he didn't know what building it was by name, - I didn't!

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    No worries... I just know FOR SURE what building it is because I have been up there to work on one of the antennas on the site (HAM Radio related stuff)
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