Living in downtown NYC, and Long Island NYS

Thursday, April 30, 2009

NEW YORK CITY SKY WATCH - FRIDAY






As the drama passes into a cool day....



 By 11 am the clouds were drifting, defragging.......




Sunrise, approximagely 6.15  Thursday:  Shot from the kitchen window, 10th floor, NYC


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The CRANE WATCH is an endless pastime in NYC



NYU built a 23 storey mega dorm on 12th street, next door to us.  Due to admit 700 students in the Fall.      The crane experts are working on extending the height of the crane some more!





4 comments:

  1. Wonderful dramatic photos. Since I hate heights you would have to pay me a fortune to go up so high!

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  2. I love those cranes. They are fun to look at. They give me vertigo just thinking about being up there.

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  3. Nice! Wow a 23 floor dorm...that's tall! You really have a variety of skies in NYC! Great shots...

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  4. I thought I already commented on the cranes but the comment must have disappeared. So now I'll say you were definitely an 'early bird' catching that great worm, the sunrise!

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