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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.


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.


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