Just Above Sunset
April 17, 2005 - New York's Finest













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Note: To see an actual-size high-resolution version of a particular photograph, click on the image.  You will see the full image in a separate window.  These were shot with a Nikon D70 – lens AF-5 Nikor 18-70mm 1:35-4.5G ED or AF Nikor 70-300mm telephoto.

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The editor of Just Above Sunset spends a weekend in and around Manhattan.  Some of these photos below are part of a larger album of sixty-one photos you can find here: NYC April 8-10 2005  

 

 

Atlas at Rockefeller Center – facing Saint Patrick’s Cathedral - and this seems to be the secular versus the sacred.  

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Not included in photo album...

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The very secular Prometheus at Rockefeller Center, who in the winter keeps watch over the ice skaters...

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The famous lion on the steps of the New York City Public Library – probably tired of being photographed by everyone and having to look so noble all the time…

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Location: A block north of Prometheus ...

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The famous newsmen over the front door… 

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Sculptor:

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Down in the Battery – the Merchant Marine Memorial being rendered ironic every few minutes by the seagulls…

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Lower detail of the Merchant Marine Memorial – and we can relate…

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