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Sunday, November 27, 2011

The View Above Central Park, from the Upper East Side

From 80th Street, NYC
Photo by myself, around 80th Street and Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side.

The view of Central Park during Fall is quite nice. Most of the leaves have already turned color by now.

This is the view looking southwest. The glass towers on the left at Columbus Circle were built not long ago. The two limestone towers ahead belong to the San Remo, around 74th Street and Central Park West.

The ropes on the left belongs to a window washing rig. The building next door was getting its windows cleaned. Window washers do their work on a platform that is pulled up using pulleys.

Related posts: Looking Out to Central Park West, Sledding Outside the San Remo, and The Skyline on the Upper West Side.


Washington Cesar Takeuchi said...

Hi Kitty! For sure it is a privilege for few to have a view like that. Very nice!

John Jordan said...

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