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Old Dec 22, 2009, 3:55 PM   #1
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Default Three Pictures in Times Square

#1. No one wants to sit on a cold, cloudy, and windy day.


#2. The TKTS booth is where people line up to score discounted Broadway shows for today.


#3. This is getting to be a trend in Times Square -- almost an entire building covered in electronic billboard.


That's all folks! Thank you for looking!
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Old Dec 22, 2009, 4:41 PM   #2
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Very colorful! Thanks for the tour!
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Enjoyed the set. Especially like #3's angle of view. Good job!
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Old Dec 23, 2009, 10:13 AM   #4
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Thanks, gjtoth and jeephotog!
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vvcarpio - I want you to know that I follow all your NY-street scenes very carefully - even though I dont have the time to write comments in every thread of yours (because you are so damn productive...!).

For a rural country-boy (well, old fart, really...) from Norway, these kind of pictures represent the extreme opposite to my own environment - and therfore are quite interesting for me to watch!



Just how different our worlds are and what meets our eyes every day - is shown in the next two pictures.


Your NY City

Coastal Norway - My everyday-sight below:
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Old Dec 23, 2009, 3:24 PM   #6
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Ah the W hotel, love the bar. I is a virtual of who's who depending on the night you go.
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Old Dec 24, 2009, 9:17 AM   #7
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vvcarpio - I want you to know that I follow all your NY-street scenes very carefully - even though I dont have the time to write comments in every thread of yours (because you are so damn productive...!).

For a rural country-boy (well, old fart, really...) from Norway, these kind of pictures represent the extreme opposite to my own environment - and therfore are quite interesting for me to watch!


Just how different our worlds are and what meets our eyes every day - is shown in the next two pictures.

Your NY City

Coastal Norway - My everyday-sight below:
Hi, Walter -- thanks a lot for looking at my pictures. I have to say you in large part are responsible for any progress I'm making. If I didn't see your before-HDR exposure one day and your DPHDR-edit another day, I might not have set myself so high a goal to pursue.

Wow your picture of your hometown is idyllic and picturesque. I can imagine why you take so many excellent shots. Those natural rock formations alone are to me a masterful work of Nature. It seems everywhere you turn there's a photograph to shoot.
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Again a great series, I especially like the third one because of it's interesting angle and colors! Can't wait to get out of my small village and stand there myself
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Old Dec 26, 2009, 7:53 AM   #9
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Thanks, Maggo85!

To all, I uploaded more shots of midtown in NYC I took this month of December.

#4. Broadhurst Theater on 44th Street. Photo taken December 4th.


#5. Empire State Building. Photo taken December 17th.


#6. Grand Central Facade on Park Avenue. Photo taken December 17th.


#7. Looking down 42nd Street from Tudor City Place. Photo taken December 21st.


I didn't think this required a series of its own -- they are just photos I take while walking around town . C&C welcome. Thank you for looking!
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Great picks. You find beauty because it's in your eyes.
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