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Old Posted Oct 6, 2020, 4:07 AM
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Originally Posted by davee930 View Post
Wow the Empire State Building would have still been amazing without the spire. So glad they put that on though.

City of spires

Yeah, both the spire and the antenna make a difference in appearance.


Continuing from above...(SEPTEMBER 7, 2020)



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View of the fine folks at 30 Hudson, enjoying the view...


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36. Macy's




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42. Downtown Brooklyn




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45. New York Life




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47. Verrazzano Narrows Bridge




47. Williamsburg Bridge




48. Jersey City




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50. World Trade Center




51. Washington Square




52. Long Island City's booming skyilne




53. Tennis Center (white bubble)




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56. Citifield




57. Queens spreads out




58. Jamaica skyline in the distance




59. Kosciuszko Bridge (always have to look up the spelling)




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61. Greenpoint




62. Citifield, and Queens's new tallest




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66. Two Hudson River bridges, George Washington, and Mario Cuomo Bridge




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68. Another deck to open next year, (One Vanderbilt)




69. Yankee Stadium, the Bronx




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71. Top of the Rock (30 Rock observation deck)




72. 53w53




73. White Plains in the distance




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75. Bryant Park




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83. East River, Long Island Sound




84. Throggs Neck, Whitestone bridges




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86. LaGuardia Airport




87. Midtown




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90. More Citi




91. Stuyvesant Town




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93. FDR




94. Prospect Park in the distance




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96. MetLife Stadium, American Dream mall




97. Central Park Tower




98. Riker's Island




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100. Hudson River




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