Grand Central Terminal is a hive activity with many people running around trying to get to their destinations. The only ones standing still are the tourists who gawk in awe at the immense and beautiful architecture.
Month: April 2018
Grand Central Terminal is a hub of activity with people either walking very fast or running. You can quite quickly say the who the tourists are because they are the ones who stand still for more than a minute while they gawk in awe.
This was shot while walking towards the Brooklyn Bridge walkway just after the sun had set and the lights were coming on. The building in the middle is the Thurgood Marshall Courthouse and the on the left is the David N. Dinkins Municipal Building.
Another shot of the 5th Avenue clock and the Flatiron building in New York. The clock was a landmark for the Fifth Avenue Building which is now the Toy Center, a complex of buildings that now are hub for toy manufacturers and distributors in the US.
This was one of those days where I got up very early, braved the cold and went out in the hope of finding a beautiful sunrise over the sea. Unfortunately, again the sun decided not to play ball – the morning was cloudy and cold. And the sun decided to hide behind the clouds so …
This is quite a popular viewpoint for photographers so I was quite surprised not to find anybody else taking pictures at this time. Don’t think it is very clear but on most of those posts, there is a perched seagull, silent and still, but I could feel their collective eyes watching every move I made …