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Old Oct 2, 2013, 4:00 PM   #1
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A few weeks ago I took my E-M5 to work and during lunch time I walked Penn Station and the Madison Square Garden.

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4. Shoe Shine at Penn Station



5. Entrance to Penn Station



6. Madison Square Garden



7. Why so empty?? people buy online tickets only this days.



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9. A car exhibition inside the Garden, trying to emulate the POV from Bob pictures.



10. The best hockey team in the world



11. A mural with some pictures of historic moments in the Garden



I hope you enjoy the tour.

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Old Oct 3, 2013, 2:12 PM   #2
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All GREAT shots Marcelo
I really like the escalator shot .

thanks for sharing
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I like the escalator shots the most. This is probably a pretty tough place to shoot with so many different lights, light sources, glare, etc.
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All GREAT shots Marcelo
I really like the escalator shot .

Thank you Fred, it is my favorite also.

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I like the escalator shots the most. This is probably a pretty tough place to shoot with so many different lights, light sources, glare, etc.
Thank you Drew, it is a little challenging but the E-M5 does a great job with the Auto WB (shoot is RAW also).

Have a great weekend guys..!!

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Nice shots Marcello. Doesn't appear the station is all that busy.
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Thank you James,

The station is very slow between 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM after that is CHAOS..!!
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I've never seen the station nor the garden so I like all these images.

It would have been a really great time to be there for a first time to see 'my most favorite guitarist" Joe Bonamassa.
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More super shots there Marcelo. Well done.
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When my daughter took me to New York City in February we took the train from her home in New Jersey. The train arrived at Penn Station and when we came up to the street and out the door I was shocked to see we were in Madison Square Garden!

I've seen old pics of Penn Station before it was torn down to build MSG and it's really too bad they had to do that. It was majestic. From what I've read, the Garden's time is now limited in it's current location. It's neat you can still get around in there with a camera and snap images like these. That had to be a fun walk around.
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The old Penn Station was a work of art.





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