“New York” on Sunday

It’s January 15th, 2014, and winter is beginning to bother me! So I thought about a Sunday day trip we enjoyed last fall, when a half dozen “top ten” days were painting the NYC skyline day after day with breathtaking clarity and brilliance… 

(For best un-cropped results and full resolution,  click on the images.)

Arriving at the “Battery” from the Staten Island FerryImage

Buildings of the World Financial Center

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From the Governor’s Island Ferry, a surreal High “HDR” landscape view of Lower Manhattan

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On Governor’s Island

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Of Governor’s Island (left) with the sun playing on three major East River suspension bridges beyond. Can you name them, and the large building to the left?

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And finally, cruising south by ferry, looking back at the iconic old and new skyscrapers, followed smartly by none other than the stately RMS Queen Mary 2

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Likes and Comments are always welcomed

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About mvschulze

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6 Responses to “New York” on Sunday

  1. Maggie Beck says:

    These are really wonderful photos . . . And that quite a compliment coming from a Philly person! Really, though, lovely pics of the Big Apple!

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  2. Steve says:

    To continue our conversation from the other day…Brooklyn, Manhattan and the illusive Williamsburgh Bridge. And the building is the Citi Tower in Long Island City, Queen. Deceptive from the angle as it appears to be in Manhattan. Great pics..as usual…

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  3. Sartenada says:

    Great photo report presenting gorgeous architecture.

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