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New York Night - Rooftops of Midtown at Dusk.
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Dusk is the night’s love letter
to skylines
courted by the sunlight.
It’s the time between night and day
when the city lights
transform into stars
in an urban universe;
supernovas in a skyline
full of dreams
and frenetic hope.
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There are some nights that are so perfect that you just want to bottle them up so you can access them later. This is a 25 second long exposure taken with the Sony A99 on such a night. The late summer sunset slipped over the city slowly revealing a deep purple sky and a dusk that was unforgettable.
This is a view from a rooftop in midtown Manhattan in the area known as Hell’s Kitchen (also commonly referred to as Clinton). The view is looking south towards 1 WTC (also known as the Freedom Tower, and One World Trade Center depending on who you talk to).
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P.S. - In case, you missed it earlier, here is a half-hour interview I did (me on video!) last week with This Week in Photo talking about my photography of New York City: An Interview with Vivienne Gucwa
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View “New York City Rooftops - Midtown” in my portfolio, My Gear List, On G+,email me, or ask for help.
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nythroughthelens:

New York Night - Rooftops of Midtown at Dusk.

—-

Dusk is the night’s love letter

to skylines

courted by the sunlight.

It’s the time between night and day

when the city lights

transform into stars

in an urban universe;

supernovas in a skyline

full of dreams

and frenetic hope.

—-

There are some nights that are so perfect that you just want to bottle them up so you can access them later. This is a 25 second long exposure taken with the Sony A99 on such a night. The late summer sunset slipped over the city slowly revealing a deep purple sky and a dusk that was unforgettable.

This is a view from a rooftop in midtown Manhattan in the area known as Hell’s Kitchen (also commonly referred to as Clinton). The view is looking south towards 1 WTC (also known as the Freedom Tower, and One World Trade Center depending on who you talk to).

—-

P.S. - In case, you missed it earlier, here is a half-hour interview I did (me on video!) last week with This Week in Photo talking about my photography of New York City: An Interview with Vivienne Gucwa

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View “New York City Rooftops - Midtown” in my portfolio, My Gear List, On G+,email me, or ask for help.