Evening on Greene Street in SoHo; that weird orange highlight that coincides with the woman crossing the street was a lucky catch, but I wish the focal point was on her.
Central Park is just as easy to spot at night as it is during the day. Just look for a giant empty spot.
(Photo taken from the Rockefeller Center’s 70th floor)
According to weather.com, today’s the last day of rain this week. Enjoy! (photo of last week’s “super storm” in Times Square)
Lights out in subway A-Train on Flickr.
The A train from JFK had its lights out, which was fine until the subway does that thing when it goes underground. Someone had to flip out at the conductor for the lights to turn on in the car. Energy savings?
Over the Hudson River this year (2011). As seen from the Top of the Rock. More NYC fireworks photos in my Flickr set.
Sunset before New York’s 4th of July on Flickr.
The Fourth of July fireworks were nothing compared to the sunset, in my opinion.
Taken from the observation deck of the Rockefeller Center.
The Top of the Rock, after sunset.
Before yesterday, I had never been to the Top of the Rock except in the late evenings. And now, after being squeezed with hundreds of tourists up there around sunset, I know better.