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Old Posted Oct 2, 2009, 6:59 AM
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I love these long distance photo's too. I remember watching the US open tennis tournament a few years back and they showed some shots of Manhatten from the top of one of the show courts and it looked amazing. I don't know I guess it looked 5 miles away but in reality it's probably 20 miles away!! Just shows the shear size of Manhatten. Thanks for listing the photo's.
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The mountains northwest of NYC are simply stunning. I have always wanted to visit the Catskills and for sure the Adirondacks. 6 million acres of parkland up there. NYC has the best of both worlds. An amazing city with amazing nature preserves close by.
^what he said.
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Whereabouts in that pic would the World Product Center stand?
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Whereabouts in that pic would the World Product Center stand?
From that angle, it would appear closer to the Chrysler than the Empire State.
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That is one thing about NYC I always loved is the fact that you can be in the densest city yet be so close to the mountains and nature at the same time. What a great location.
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Good God that last shot is awesome!
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Anyone know where those shots are taken from?
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Anyone know where those shots are taken from?
Somehwere in northern NJ. Route 23? 17? Don't know, could be a little further out.
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Anyone know where those shots are taken from?

I'd have to say those last 2 shots were taken from Route 17 about 25+ miles from the George Washington Bridge. It looks like the begining of Rt. 17, in NJ, not far from Suffern, NY.
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Found this by accident somewhere on the internet.
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lol, that's an interesting take on From the Hills to Manhattan...
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