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Times Square, New York Panoramic Picture - Twilight

Times Square, New York Panoramic Picture - Twilight

SKU: NYTS3
This panorama of Times Square was taken by James Blakeway. In 1904, long before the showcase of neon lights and digital big-screen technology, the area named Longacre Square, located at the junction of Broadway and 7th Avenue, stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets, was renamed Times Square. Fast forward 100-plus years and, today, Time Square is a symbol of the American spirit and a popular tourist destination. It is one of the world's busiest pedestrian intersections and a cultural mecca of entertainment. It is here that the New Year's Eve ball is dropped and the ever-changing NASDAQ sign reports the fortunes and misfortunes of a nation.
New York City - Central Park Panoramic Picture

New York City - Central Park Panoramic Picture

SKU: NYCP2
This aerial panorama of New York was taken by James Blakeway and features a view of Manhattan, looking south over Central Park. The southern third of New York's 843-acre Central Park is visible in this panorama. Central Park, created in 1853 and opened to the public in 1859, stemmed from the admiration of public grounds in London and Paris. Also visible, in the center of this panorama, is New York's tallest building, the 103-story Empire State Building. Manhattan is bordered by the Hudson River on the right and the East River on the left. Visible in the distance, just right of the Empire State Building, is One World Trade Center and, further to its right, is the Statue of Liberty.
One World Trade Center Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

One World Trade Center Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

SKU: WTC2
This aerial panorama was taken by James Blakeway and features One World Trade Center, which is located in the area known as Lower Manhattan. One World Trade Center stands a symbolic 1,776 feet to the tip of the spire, which was installed on May 10, 2013.
New York City Skyline Panorama - Manhattan

New York City Skyline Panorama - Manhattan

SKU: NY21
This aerial panorama of New York was taken by James Blakeway and features Manhattan from the south, with Battery Park in the foreground. Prominently pictured in the Manhattan skyline is One World Trade Center, with its final spire installed on May 10, 2013. The waterways flanking Manhattan are the Hudson River on the left and the East River on the right. Looking north along the East River are the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges. Also visible along the confluence of these two rivers are the popular Staten Island Ferries, motoring 60,000 passengers a day between Staten Island and Manhattan.
New York City Skyline Panorama - Brooklyn Bridge - Twilight

New York City Skyline Panorama - Brooklyn Bridge - Twilight

SKU: NY23
This panorama of New York was taken by James Blakeway. It features a beautiful twilight view of Lower Manhattan across the East River. Prominently pictured in the panorama are the world famous Brooklyn Bridge and One World Trade Center, with its crowning spire installed on May 10, 2013, it brought the structure to its final pinnacle height of 1,776 feet. Designated a National Historic Landmark, the Brooklyn Bridge opened in 1883 and is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. Also visible in the distance, in the midground on the far left, is the Statue of Liberty given to the United States as a gift from France.
Statue Of Liberty Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

Statue Of Liberty Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

SKU: SOLB
Located in New York Harbor, the Statue of Liberty was a gift from France to the people of the United States. It was dedicated in 1886 and designated a national monument in 1924.
New York Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

New York Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

SKU: NY24
This panorama of New York City at twilight was taken by James Blakeway. It features a view overlooking the Midtown district of Manhattan. Midtown is the busiest single commercial district in the United States and is home to some of the city’s most famous buildings. These include, from right to left, the Empire State Building completed in 1931, the Chrysler Building completed in 1930, the Bank of America Tower completed in 2009 and the New York Times Building completed in 2007. Visible in the background on the far left is the Hudson River, which forms the boundary between New York City and the state of New Jersey at its mouth.
New York City Panoramic Skyline Picture - Lower Manhattan - Black and White

New York City Panoramic Skyline Picture - Lower Manhattan - Black and White

SKU: NYBW19
This aerial panorama of New York was taken by James Blakeway. Featured left of center in the background, is the area known as Midtown with New York’s most famous skyscraper, the Empire State Building at 103-stories tall. Moving clockwise, pictured in the center, is the area known as Lower Manhattan, home to One World Trade Center, with a pinnacle height of 1,776 feet, and Battery Park visible on the southern tip. Manhattan is flanked on the left by the Hudson River and on the right by the East River. Continuing to the far right, in the midground, is Govenors Island. Pictured left of center, in the foreground, is the Statue of Liberty and, to its left, is Ellis Island.
New York City Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

New York City Skyline Panoramic Picture - Twilight

SKU: NY22
This panorama of New York was taken by James Blakeway and features a spectacular twilight view of Lower Manhattan, with its crown jewel - One World Trade Center. On May 10, 2013, the final component of the spire was installed atop the skyscraper, making One World Trade Center tentatively the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere and the third-tallest in the world by pinnacle height, with its spire reaching a symbolic 1,776 feet. Moving left in the panorama is the red, white and blue lights and tall antenna of the Empire State Building. Also visible near the center of the panorama is the Statue of Liberty.
Empire State Building Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

Empire State Building Panoramic Picture - Vertical Panorama

SKU: ESB2
The famous 103-story Empire State Building was, for 40 years, the world's tallest building at 1,454 feet. Completed in 1931, it was built in just 410 days. Its name is derived from New York's nickname, the Empire State.
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