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Old Jan 29, 2015, 3:52 PM   #1
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Some shots from my last visit to the New York Public Library.

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Very nice set indeed!
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I would love a week shooting in Manhattan. You find some of the greatest places to go capturing wonderful images Marcelo.
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That is another really nice series of NYC images, Marcelo. You should sell some of your shots to the travel agencies for them to use in future ads urging visitors to come there.
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Here is a shot I quickly grabbed of Bryant Park this summer:

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[QUOTE=drew881;1386230]Here is a shot I quickly grabbed of Bryant Park this summer:



Thank you everyone for the nice comments, NYC is a very photogenic place, if you are planning to visit the city just send me a message and I will be happy to show you some nice locations.

Thats a nice picture Drew...!!
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