Trains Oysters Arch_2374

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    1. James and Karla Murray Photography 88 months ago | reply

      we remember when this passage was filled with scores of homeless sleeping on wet cardboard and newspaper when it was below freezing out.....that's how we will always remember it.... like how you cut to just the cieling which always struck us as such a contrast

    2. Punk Dolphin 88 months ago | reply

      Oh, please tell me you have shots of that! I have to admit that I have not really spent time exploring Grand Central. It was always a means to an end, but with Doubletee, I got a chance to take a fresh look at the structure. I'm still amazed that they tore down the old Penn Station.

      Oh, and thank you for your comment!

    3. eugenio gp [deleted] 88 months ago | reply

      just beautiful. love the archives and the curves... the intense light in the sides is a great "compliment"...

    4. Alina Criveanu 87 months ago | reply

      very beautiful image...great B&W

    5. Trish Mayo 87 months ago | reply

      Great choice to go with the b&w on this great composition. Grand Central has a lot of interesting stuff but it's hard to concentrate with all of the activity. The Old Penn Station would have been awesome to photograph.

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