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Friday, March 4, 2011

Outside Grand Central Station, in Midtown

Grand Central, at night
Photo by myself outside Grand Central Station, at Park Avenue and 42nd Street.

Grand Central Station is one of the most stately and photogenic buildings in New York. The lighting of the building is superb at night.

The delicate bridge in the foreground brings traffic down to Park Avenue. Cars heading south zip around the building at a higher level, then travel down a ramp to street level. It is a very cool moment in the city.


I apologize for what I consider to be a cliche'd photo today. I worked much too late Wednesday night and while searching for a cab, I found myself outside Grand Central.

It's been so busy and stressful lately. I will spare you my complaints. Fortunately, Mark and I are off to visit LA for the weekend, for some much-needed rest and time with my parents.

This blog will keep running, of course, never fear.

Related posts: The Crowds in Grand Central, Grand Central and Tall Tales and On Street Photography and Grand Central Station.


Olivier said...

j'aime bien cette vue de nuit et puis cette gare est tellement belle exterieure ou interieure. Bon Weekend a LA

WTakeuchi said...

What a gorgeous view! It is an amazing place. I have taken lots of pictures in there!

Terry B, Blue Kitchen said...

No apology needed, Kitty. All views of New York are welcome, especially beautiful ones like this one. Enjoy your well-deserved getaway.

Ken Mac said...

great angle

Pierre said...

station are always fabulous building to make photo. Love the shot you take at night.

Upper Cesc said...

Mecca of the stations...