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West 72nd St., Upper West Side, New York City (just next to Grey's Papaya on B'way (the Irish tavern pictured on the ground level is very popular after the St. Patrick's Day Parade)

Upper West Side, Manhattan, New York City This looks like a Brownstone I lived in --late 70s--on W 91st off Central Park

NYC. Central Park, Upper Manhattan and Harlem from the sky

I always wanted to Go to New York City and look at a Beautiful View of Manhattan skyline.

Manhattanhenge from 42nd Street, New York City by andrew c mace, via Flickr

Bow Bridge in Central Park Manhattan, New York City. I'll have to visit this when I go this summer!

Twice a year, New Yorkers get a chance to experience “Manhattanhenge”, the occurrence where the setting sun aligns perfectly with east-west streets. - spectacular!

Original art for sale at UGallery.com | View of Lower Manhattan by Adam Garelick | $275 | photography | 20" h x 20" w | www.ugallery.com/...

The gate is pretty, but I mostly just love the fact that the water is slightly lapping around its base.

You can see the grid pattern on the Island that makes getting around Manhattan much easier -- above 14th St., that is!

"Manhattan Afternoon" - Flickr - Navid Baraty -www.navidbaraty.com

Manhattan glitch I liked this piece of art as it shows a disordered way of drawing a very ordered and structured building design.