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Old Posted Aug 31, 2009, 8:55 PM
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Manhattan, Pt 2 of 3































Life finds a way...



















































































































































For the rest of my walk into Brooklyn, you can see it here.

Big Pano from Brooklyn -------->>>


Back to Manhattan



































































At this point in the day my camera's batteries died, so, I had to switch to my point and shoot. Please forgive some of the bad exposures.







Across the Hudson, Jersey City ------>>>











Weird, but, I like it




















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Manhattan: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 - Brooklyn

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Your photos of the city are amazing! Thanks for doing a wonderful job in the city.
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It's apparent from your photos that there's really no other place quite like NYC on Earth
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good work!

love this hilarious shot
these buildings are called 'fedders specials' in nyc blogoworld!
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Great stuff. I love the pics with the green benches, and this one is like a book on art history in one photo!
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Amazing, you captured Manhattan at its finest.
These photos just helps me realize how much I love New York. Now this is making my decision harder as to where I may go in December. Its a cross beteween NYC, or London & perhaps Paris, decisions, decisions.
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Nice pictures. THis particular tour seems to mirror a walk around Manhattan that I went on right around this time last year.

Those panoramas are great!

By the way, the church and house in that third-to-last picture is where St. Elizabeth Ann Seton lived. She was the first native-born American to be canonized by the Catholic Church.
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Only in Manhattan can you experience such a unique and unforgettable 'real' city experience!
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awesome. i recognize a lot of buildings from my trip in July...especially the old armory.

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