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Remembering 20 years ago today. . .where we were. . . (michael just leaving the hospital in Missouri, having recovered from several days in a coma with West Nile Virus) . . . and where were you?
no stitch no pano
just a single shot from the boat
Corona trip through the photo archive :-)
"A flame, which oft, they say, some evil spirit attends, hovering and blazing with delusive light, misleads th' amaz'd night-wanderer from his way..."
-John Milton - Paradise Lost
Well, they may actually be ferry lights at Liberty State Park ferry dock, not fairy lights, which are a natural phenomenon of glowing orbs that are rumored to be supernatural and lead travelers astray. But since they aren't even illuminated this night, I wouldn't worry about it, much...
Cámara Nikon D850 con lente 24-120 F4/G-VR editada con Camera Raw y Photoshop CC 2019
Recomiendo hacer click sobre la imagen y ver en grande / I recommend see in larger, clicking on the imagen.
Muchas gracias a todos por vuestra visita y apoyo.
Thanks so much everyone for your visit and support.
Every time I go visiting NYC, I always find this building to photography, where is near the Central Park.
Hudson Yards is a 28-acre (11 ha) real estate development in the Chelsea and Hudson Yards neighborhoods of Manhattan, New York City. Upon completion, 13 of the 16 planned structures on the West Side of Midtown South would sit on a platform built over the West Side Yard, a storage yard for Long Island Rail Road trains. The first of its two phases, opened in 2019, comprises a public green space and eight structures that contain residences, a hotel, office buildings, a mall, and a cultural facility. The second phase, on which construction has not started as of 2020, will include residential space, an office building, and a school.
At $25 billion, Hudson Yards is the most expensive real-estate development in US history. It's also one of the largest, at more than 18 million square feet, including 14 acres of public space.
Note: There is a album called, "The Hudson Yards, NYC" below, if you wish to view more :-))
Taken from the moving bus from NYC back to NJ, needed to click and focus in a split second; sometime, there might be another subject blocking the view. The triangle building is a comdo. complex where facing the Hudson River surrounding NYC.
Cámara Nikon D850 con lente 24-120 F4/G-VR editada con Capture NX-D de Nikon y Photoshop CS6
Recomiendo ver en grande / I recommend see in larger, clicking on the imagen