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Old Dec 6, 2009, 12:19 PM   #11
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Great series! I particularly like the last one (#6) with the clock. I've taken pictures of Grand Central, too, but have not been able to make the clock's face as clear (it's really a big lightbulb) with the gold metal housing as bright and shiny as you did so your picture really takes my breath away.

I also like #3. I never thought the marble staircase was as shiny until viewed from that angle reflecting the ceiling lights. Just that shininess gives me a new appreciation for GCT's grandness.
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Thanks vvcarpio! I want to go back and shoot the rest of the GC. One day

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Great series! I particularly like the last one (#6) with the clock. I've taken pictures of Grand Central, too, but have not been able to make the clock's face as clear (it's really a big lightbulb) with the gold metal housing as bright and shiny as you did so your picture really takes my breath away.

I also like #3. I never thought the marble staircase was as shiny until viewed from that angle reflecting the ceiling lights. Just that shininess gives me a new appreciation for GCT's grandness.
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I watched a movie today called Old Dogs. Robbin Williams and John Travolta were standing in Grand Central station and your shots of the room and the brass clock came instantly to mind. Id say good timing.
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Glad it reminded you of my photos

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I watched a movie today called Old Dogs. Robbin Williams and John Travolta were standing in Grand Central station and your shots of the room and the brass clock came instantly to mind. Id say good timing.
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Old Dec 9, 2009, 6:11 PM   #15
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Really nice series. I like the moving figures you caught and the great detail. Sorry you missed the bakery since it is owned by my cousins and would have been fun to see.
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Thanks Caryl! Which bakery? Maybe I'll go back and take a few shots

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Really nice series. I like the moving figures you caught and the great detail. Sorry you missed the bakery since it is owned by my cousins and would have been fun to see.
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The Zaro Bakery. last Time I was there they had lots of shops including more than just the bakery. i remember when it was one small shop in the Bronx about 60 years ago.
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Cool! I'll check it out the next time I'm around Grand Central.

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The Zaro Bakery. last Time I was there they had lots of shops including more than just the bakery. i remember when it was one small shop in the Bronx about 60 years ago.
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