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Tuesday, December 15, 2009

The Starry Sky Above 59th Street

59th Street, NYC
Photo by myself at 59th Street and Fifth Avenue.

A giant illuminated star is suspended above a busy street. About a billion taxi cabs were going by.

Dusk is such a special time of day. With lights aglow, the city comes to life.

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My first photo appeared on the Five Outsiders site yesterday. It's another photo from the SantaCon event this weekend.

Do check out the Five Outsiders site if you have a chance. Jose and his crew do a nice job working the streets and showcasing New York. They publish weekly on Mondays.

Related posts: A Warm Glow on the Upper West Side, The Empire State on St. Patrick's Day and Dimming the Lights on Broadway.

4 comments:

Olivier said...

c'est beau et c'est magique.....NOEL...NOEL...NOEL

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love this giant star. It looks even bigger in person.
Your Santa photo is great over at The Outsiders!
Congratulations on your new venture Kitty!

missb@dragonflyvintage said...

Love it! I must say, dusk/twilight is much more lovely/exciting in Brooklyn/Manhattan than I ever found it to be in Islip (sorry, Islip). It's the lights. I love all the lights! What is the building covered with travel decals?

Ken Mac said...

almost dead center