My Trip to New York
The sparkling clean, empty subway into New York.
Walking through Central Park.
The Tri-Bowl, which...I don't know what it's for.
I love art deco architecture.
Up on a roof terrace 29 floors up.
There's NEATT, the second-largest incomplete highrise in all of Korea.
The Tri-Bowl from overhead.
Sunset comes early due to a thick coat of smog.
The Brooklyn Bridge.
A tower of traditional American masks in front of NEATT.
This was the building I was just on. You can see the part I was in on the upper left.
Nobody out today, probably due to the high pollution levels.
I headed over toward these buildings, wondering if I could see inside any of them.
The one on the left, no.
This one, yes.
Not exactly a successful photomerge, but it took my computer 20 minutes to render so you're gonna look at it.
Oh look, I think I see someone on that roof watching me. Romain John?
Upon zooming in, I determined that it was just a tree.
Darkness is falling.
The only dirty glass this one was taken through was my lens.
That bridge was the most-lit-up thing down there.
Now time for some boutique New York shopping.
And to try a popular New York delicacy, Chicago-style deep dish pizza.
Please remember that these photos are all copyrighted to me. If you want to use them in any way, there's a 90 per cent chance I'll give you my permission, and be able to give you a copy with a higher DPI.Copyright Daehanmindecline 2013