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New York City - Skyline

There is something really extraordinary about the shift between day and night in New York City.

It’s gradual and at the same time abrupt in its magnitude.

The lights on the skyscrapers flicker on as the night sky pulls itself over the city while the sun is still dancing with the horizon.

It’s this sort of in-between time that seems to suit a city full of people who feed off the frenetic energy and constant shifts that occur on a momentary basis.

New York City rarely dwells in absolutes.

Its landscape and structures only seem to remain still.

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Information about my New York City photography book which is releasing in stores and online in the autumn of 2014 (including where to order it): 


NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book

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View: "New York Cityscape - Skyline at Sunset" Prints here, My Travel Blog, On G+, email me, or ask for help.

New York City - Skyline

There is something really extraordinary about the shift between day and night in New York City.

It’s gradual and at the same time abrupt in its magnitude.

The lights on the skyscrapers flicker on as the night sky pulls itself over the city while the sun is still dancing with the horizon.

It’s this sort of in-between time that seems to suit a city full of people who feed off the frenetic energy and constant shifts that occur on a momentary basis.

New York City rarely dwells in absolutes.

Its landscape and structures only seem to remain still.

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Information about my New York City photography book which is releasing in stores and online in the autumn of 2014 (including where to order it):

NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book

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View: "New York Cityscape - Skyline at Sunset" Prints here, My Travel Blog, On G+, email me, or ask for help.

New York City - World Trade Center

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I had the pleasure of taking photos of the World Trade Center for an article in The Guardian that just went live this morning. You can read the article and see my photos here:

One World Trade Center: how New York tried to rebuild its soul

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A view from the top of 4 World Trade Center which is currently under construction…

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As I wrote in a few earlier posts regarding this photo assignment, having grown up here in New York City and lived through September 11, these photos changed my own perspective on the new World Trade Center.

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A view of 1 World Trade Center from the unfinished terrace of 4 World Trade Center at sunset…

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My other photography and musings about the World Trade Center can be found here:

World Trade Center

A view of 1 World Trade Center as the Empire State Building looks on…
The new New York City skyline at dusk…

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Information about my New York City photography book which is releasing in stores and online in the autumn of 2014 (including where to order it):

NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book

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*All photos in this post were taken with my Sony A7, A7R, and A6000

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View: My photography portfolio, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.

New York City: Skyline and Chrysler Building

I have always been partial to late summer skyline views here in New York City. 

The haze that hangs over the horizon like a misty veil seems to lend a special sort of immediacy to the skyscrapers that assert themselves in the foreground. 

The Chrysler Building, New York City’s art-deco masterpiece of architecture, always looks so regal positioned in front of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge (also known as the 59th Street Bridge). Four smokestacks playfully draw the eye towards the rest of Queens that sprawls out in the distance towards the fading horizon. 

It’s as if the sky is locked in an embrace with the rest of the city while the skyscrapers that make up the midtown Manhattan skyline are enraptured and wrapped up in their own special moment with the Chrysler Building. 


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View: “The New York City Skyline and the Chrysler Building” in my photography portfolio, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.

New York City: Skyline and Chrysler Building

I have always been partial to late summer skyline views here in New York City.

The haze that hangs over the horizon like a misty veil seems to lend a special sort of immediacy to the skyscrapers that assert themselves in the foreground.

The Chrysler Building, New York City’s art-deco masterpiece of architecture, always looks so regal positioned in front of the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge (also known as the 59th Street Bridge). Four smokestacks playfully draw the eye towards the rest of Queens that sprawls out in the distance towards the fading horizon.

It’s as if the sky is locked in an embrace with the rest of the city while the skyscrapers that make up the midtown Manhattan skyline are enraptured and wrapped up in their own special moment with the Chrysler Building.

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View: “The New York City Skyline and the Chrysler Building” in my photography portfolio, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.

New York City Skyline and Queensboro Bridge at Dusk

There is something so magical about dusk in New York City. 

After the sun sets for the evening, the city is a symphony of lights reaching their crescendo at the same time as the night pulls itself over the rooftops and skyscrapers below. 

And if you squint just a little, 

all of the lights twinkle 

like fireflies in an urban forest. 

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This is a 15 second exposure that I took with my Sony A99 while standing on the roof of Z Hotel in Long Island City, Queens. The rooftops of Long Island City sit in the foreground. To the right is the Queensboro Bridge (also known as the 59th Street Bridge, and the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge). The skyline of midtown Manhattan including the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building sit in the distance. 

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View: “New York City Skyline and Long Island City Rooftops
” in my photography portfolio, My Gear List, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.

New York City Skyline and Queensboro Bridge at Dusk

There is something so magical about dusk in New York City.

After the sun sets for the evening, the city is a symphony of lights reaching their crescendo at the same time as the night pulls itself over the rooftops and skyscrapers below.

And if you squint just a little,

all of the lights twinkle

like fireflies in an urban forest.

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This is a 15 second exposure that I took with my Sony A99 while standing on the roof of Z Hotel in Long Island City, Queens. The rooftops of Long Island City sit in the foreground. To the right is the Queensboro Bridge (also known as the 59th Street Bridge, and the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge). The skyline of midtown Manhattan including the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building sit in the distance.

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View: “New York City Skyline and Long Island City Rooftops ” in my photography portfolio, My Gear List, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.