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Rockefeller Center, NYC                                                                                                                                                                                 Mehr

New York City At Night: a book of aerial photos by Evan Joseph

Rockefeller Center, New York City - Raymond Hood - 30 Rockefeller Plaza (GE Building) - 266 metres / 70 floors - The largest of the 19 buildings in the complex.

Competition for New Tower at 425 Park Avenue, NY

We really love this dramatic black and white [OMA - Rem Koolhaas - Competition for New Tower at 425 Park Avenue, NY].

new york city

new york city

This photo is really compelling. Its like the person is trying to escape reality and all the crowdedness of the city. It makes me scared but its also a freeing type of scared. If that makes sense.

An example of a realistic photograph -wow the view is unreal! The perspective downward makes things seem a little out of proportion but it's just a long way to the bottom :O

✈ Manhattan Bridge Empire State Building. Photo by Mitchell Funk. ✈ | Fashion's Most Wanted

via Art, Craft & Architecture Manhattan Bridge Empire State Building photographed by Mitchell Funk

NYC from up high. why didn't I think of this? http://www.navidbaraty.com/gallery.php?gallery_id=13#

NYC From Above

nyc intersection - In his recently shot series ‘NYC Intersection,’ photographer Navid Baraty looks at the Big Apple from a bird’s eye view.

New York by fisheye I was able to do this with two childhood friends, shortly after my mother's death.  I was able to stand in some of  the same spots my father, mother and siblings had visited when they came here from Germany.

New York by fisheye I was able to do this with two childhood friends, shortly after my mother's death. I was able to stand in some of the same spots my father, mother and siblings had visited when they came here from Germany.

Woolworth Building, New York, 1926

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Unharnessed workers atop the Woolworth Building in New York City, 1926

That’s just crazy!

That’s just crazy!

Vertical horizon.

Vertical Horizon

In the photo book Vertical Horizon, French photographer Romain Jacquet-Lagreze captures the soaring architecture of Hong Kong, often by pointing his camera straight up.

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