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"You can ride to Coney Island/Brighton Beach fairly easily (from Brooklyn or Manhattan), and there are lots of things to do when you get there (roller coaster, aquarium, Russian restaurants—even minor league baseball!). But if what you want is just beach, go to Jacob Riis State Park/Fort Tilden. You feel as if you’ve made it to the edge of the world."—James Lochart, Copy Chief
EMPIRE STATE BUILDING Photography by Robert Broadbent
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American flags flying in New York City with Empire State building in the background.
Robert Lucky saved to My Photography
In a city that is known for its skyline of remarkable skyscrapers, the Empire State Building built 90 years ago is standing tall, still acting as the art deco
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Travel New York City on Instagram: “Empire State Building By: @theamazingknight”
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Manhattan, New YorkThe most amazing building in the capital city of the world - the shot had to be epic, no matter what. The passion was on. Finding the right angle was a nightmare! – There’s not many rooftops in New York. I spent days, hour after hour, searching the streets, rooftops – talking to cops, construction workers, FedEx blokes, maintenance guys, cleaners – anyone – just to get to that vantage point. Security was my big drama, it was off the charts. But my drive and tenacity, as…
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New York hi-rises simplified elevation sketch: The Chrysler Building (1929, arch. Wilam van Alen), The Empire State Building. (1931, arch. Richmond H. Shreve, William F. Lamb & Arthur L. Harmon), The Equitable Building (1915, arch. Ernest R. Graham); Drawn up by Piotr Kilanowski (2001).
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