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Friday, August 12, 2011

A Glimpse of 42nd Street, Times Square

42nd Street, NYC
Photo by myself at 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue, in near Times Square.

Above, just a smattering of signs on 42nd Street.

The street is known for crazy signage, crowds of people and wide sidewalks. Lining the street are movie theaters, fast food joints and the occasional arcade.

Few New Yorkers traverse this block because it's so crowded. Their only destination would be Port Authority Bus Terminal, the enormous low building on the far left.

The sun was setting in this photo, casting dramatic shadows on the sidewalk.

Happy Friday, everyone!

Related posts: Life Goes on, Columbus Circle, Free Food, Washington Square Park and Man and Companion, on the Sidewalk.


Olivier said...

belle scene de rue, j'adore et en plus j'ai mange au BBQ Dallas (bon pas terrible), juste a cote il y a le club de BB King (tres bon lui). Merci pour cette photo

biebkriebels said...

Oh, the sun, I would love to walk there. Nice shadows.

dianasfaria.com said...

I love the light and shadows in this Kitty.

Banjo52 said...

Thanks for pointing out the shadows. I knew there was some extra drama coming from some source . . .

RedPat said...

I tend to avoid the crowded places here too! It makes for a great pic though.

Pierre said...

Hi kitty
I love the sun light of this photo. Nice picture of NY