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Old Jan 23, 2015, 3:25 PM   #1
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It is a shame that in all this years living in NYC yesterday was my first time in the NYC Public Library.

I discovered that is a beautiful building and an a great place to take some pictures.

I shoot it during my lunch time with the OMD-E5 + 12mm f2 and all just snap shots, hand held but I will return soon to spend more time there.

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Old Jan 24, 2015, 3:09 AM   #2
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It looks to be a wonderful building with many photo opportunities, I like the warm glow of the table lamps in no 3 contrasting with the cooler light from the windows, a really nice set of images Marcello.
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It looks to be a wonderful building with many photo opportunities, I like the warm glow of the table lamps in no 3 contrasting with the cooler light from the windows, a really nice set of images Marcello.
Thank you so much for the feedback Dixon.

I am planning to return to this building with more time and capture more of it.
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Beautiful, classic building. I wouldn't expect anything less in NYC and it certainly does not disappoint.
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An interesting building, and very well captured with interesting photographs.
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Old Jan 27, 2015, 6:11 PM   #6
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Beautiful, classic building. I wouldn't expect anything less in NYC and it certainly does not disappoint.
It is a beautiful building, unfortunately some rooms are in restoration so I have to return soon.

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An interesting building, and very well captured with interesting photographs.
Thank you Steven,
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