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    Mark LaGanga’s WTC 9/11 Video

    Although I’m told this footage is not new, it has recently been enhanced and is absolutely incredible, as well as heartbreaking. 05:48 – Inside WTC 7 at the main lobby. 09:44 – View on the WTC-7 south face from west after WTC-2 (South Tower) collapsed, but before the collapse of WTC 1 (North Tower). 18:07 […]

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    Manhattanhenge 2018: When and Where

    You might get a chance to take “the best sunset picture of the year” this week in New York.   Last year, Manhattanhenge was blocked by clouds during both of its two-day performances in May and July. But if weather permits, you can catch the dazzling display at the following days and times:

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    Above New York City by Phil Holland

    Phil Holland’s last shoot in late December (2017) was unique opportunity to shoot some very high resolution motion pictures from the sky all over New York. Visually, it is a real treat to see this footage in motion. Hangar 95 and Gotham Film Works took delivery of the first SHOTOVER K1 Hammerhead 6-axis gyro stabilized […]

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    Unlike other great cities, as eminent essayist and New York devotee Lopate (Getting Personal) observes, “Manhattan is almost pathologically averse to letting you wander to the river’s edge and get close enough to touch the water.” 

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    What NYC Locals Don’t Tell You

    New York City is a fascinating place to visit, and even the locals can make a list of things they have yet to see and do. The sights and activities don’t begin and end in Manhattan. The longer you stay in New York, the more you will get to see.

  • New York City Urban Exploration | Andrew Wonder

    Very cool cut of some footage shot by videographer Andrew Wonder from his explorations in New York City. Watch Old City Hall subway station designed by Rafael Guastavino, exploring under Lincoln Tunnel entrance, chatting to homeless living there for more than 28 years.

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