three on thursday - grand central


these 3 windows 
are in 
main concourse 
which has the most glorious ceiling 
its called the 
Sky Ceiling 
you must see it for yourself, 
photos dont do it justice 
at least mine didnt 
or 
I'd be sharing one

16 comments:

  1. I'm sure your photos of the ceiling are gorgeous as is this of the windows!

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  2. Iconic shot, Dar.

    I know what you mean about shots that don't "read." Taking a bunch from different angles sometimes yields one good one. . .



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  3. One of my favorite places in the world....GCT and the Chrysler Building.

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  4. Oh, I think your photos show it off quite well!

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  5. Wow, just beautiful. Thanks for sharing another fabulous place in your city.

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  6. I just love buildings from the time when they made them to be functional AND beautiful!

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  7. I watched a PBS documentary about the building of Grand Central Station...fascinating war between architects. And I remember seeing these amazing windows. Next spring/summer, this is on my list of "must-see" places. Beautiful capture.

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  8. That whole space/complex/icon is magnificent. I love Grand Central.

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  9. Huge! And a great shot...I'll see it one day, but until then, I can count on you to show things to me in a perfect way :)

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  10. I'd say you managed to capture some of the awe!! Gorgeous!

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  11. This is fantastic Daryl!
    I actually have a photograph of part of the ceiling (entranceway with the hanging lights). Now if I could just remember where it is on my computer!! :-(

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  12. It's amazing how often you find train stations with the most beautiful windows, who'd have thought that would have been a design requirement for a train station, love these big windows Daryl, great find.

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  13. Loverly! I love that building. I should take my camera out next time I'm there.

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