Vertical Panoramic of the Oculus: The new World Trade Center Transportation Hub. New York, NY, U.S.A. September 11, 2018
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Excellent. In all the times that we’ve been to NYC, I haven’t had time to go there.
Ray, you should really try. It is breath taking place. I went back a couple of days later to use and ND filter for long exposures to eliminate the wandering people. I was so disappointed to find that the floor space was filled with commercial booths. It is still worth seeing.
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You know we own a home in Brooklyn. You would think that we’d make time to go. But, when we are in NYC we are busy with other matters. Based on what you posted I’ll make a point of it.
I’d encourage you to do so. It’s not just the Oculus that is impressive but the corridors and other areas in the building that have “WoW” factors. I’d love to see what your photographic eye records.
Thanks, the most expensive thing about going to NYC is hotel costs. We don’t have that. I think next time we go up, I’ll plan a few tourist days. I’ll focus on downtown, which is home NY’rs think of it. Same thing happens here in NOLA. This is an amazing city for pictures and yet…
Yes it is expensive. Fortunately we have friends to stay with.
New Orleans is a great city. It has been many years since my last visit. I need to make a point of going again.
You should come down. I’ll take you around. We can make pictures together.
Ray that is kind of you. There are no plans for right now but I’ll definitely keep your invitation in mind. It would be fun and a great learning experience for me.
It would great fun all around.
Yes it would – thanks
Anne, thank you.
Gorgeous! I’ll have to visit this spot the next time we’re in NYC.
It is a awe inspiring site. I do recommend a visit.
I will plan on it. Thanks for the tip!
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