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NYC. Manhattan. Tudor City & Chrysler Building.

NYC. Looking north towards Met Life Building By Alberto Reyes

NYC. Sunset in Manhattan

NYC. Manhattan. Woolworth Building

New York City. Road alongside the East River looking south.

NYC. Woolworth Building between World Trade Center twin towers.

NYC. Amazing view of Midtown Manhattan from the sky.

NYC. WALL STREET DISTRICT, MANHATTAN, 1938 From the roof of One Wall Street by Berenice Abbott. // ‘A hundred times have I thought New York is a catastrophe and 50 times: It is a beautiful catastrophe.’ - Le Corbusier

NYC. WALL STREET DISTRICT, MANHATTAN, 1938 From the roof of One Wall Street by Berenice Abbott. // ‘A hundred times have I thought New York is a catastrophe and 50 times: It is a beautiful catastrophe.’ - Le Corbusier

NYC. WALL STREET DISTRICT, MANHATTAN, 1938 From the roof of One Wall Street by Berenice Abbott. // ‘A hundred times have I thought New York is a catastrophe and 50 times: It is a beautiful catastrophe.’ - Le Corbusier

NYC. Murray Hill Hotel; From Park Avenue and 40th Street. Nov. 19, 1935 by Berenice Abbott.

NYC. Manhattan Bridge from Bowery and Canal Street. Nov. 11, 1936 by Berenice Abbott.

NYC. Times Square, August 14, 1945 (V-J Day) "Sailor kissing a nurse celebrating the surrender" by Alfred Eisenstaedt. / The photographer took 4 shots in 10 seconds. This is the only one in which you can see a girl just behind the sailor's arm. She is Rita, his real girlfriend, watching the scene. This has been a conclusive proof to find out the real sailor among several "candidates".

NYC. Manhattan. DePeyster Statue, Bowling Green, New York 1936 by Berenice Abbott.

NYC. City Arabesque; from roof of 60 Wall Street Tower. June 9, 1938 // (Berenice Abbott)

NYC. Manhattan. Battery Park City, 1977

Sunrise, Claude Monet