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noahcaine:

Manhattan, New York City. January 2014.
Looking like Gotham.

noahcaine:

Manhattan, New York City. January 2014.

Looking like Gotham.

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jakexp:

Times Square bitches

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vintageeveryday:

Locals walk the streets of Madison Square near the Flatiron Building in New York City, 1918.

vintageeveryday:

Locals walk the streets of Madison Square near the Flatiron Building in New York City, 1918.

jarrodis:

Flatiron Building, New York. The Manhattan landmark under construction circa 1902.

jarrodis:

Flatiron Building, New York. The Manhattan landmark under construction circa 1902.

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shortformblog:

usatoday:

laughingsquid:

Amazing Photo Showing Storm Concentrated on New York City

Yowza.

As long as this storm is cleared up by the time of tomorrow’s Rebloggable Round Table meetup in NYC. That’s all we ask, Mother Nature.

Damn mother nature. You’re so freaky!

shortformblog:

usatoday:

laughingsquid:

Amazing Photo Showing Storm Concentrated on New York City

Yowza.

As long as this storm is cleared up by the time of tomorrow’s Rebloggable Round Table meetup in NYC. That’s all we ask, Mother Nature.

Damn mother nature. You’re so freaky!

(Source: frdirector, via latinamericana)

Your life, my life have just gotten a little bit closer to perfection. Feist AND Bon Iver covering Train Song

-cityoflove:

Central Park, New York City via IrenaS

-cityoflove:

Central Park, New York City via IrenaS

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fecastleberry:

Autumn settles into Central Park…

fecastleberry:

Autumn settles into Central Park…

(Source: chestnutsroasting, via latinamericana)

mendmyheart:

heartwarming:

jetgirl78:

Ten Years Later: A Tribute 9/11
My favorite 9/11 tribute in New York City can be found in Bryant Park. 2,819 empty chairs on the lawn facing the site where the World Trade Center once stood, one chair for every life lost. The number of empty chairs captures the enormity of the lives lost and the stark emptiness of it just drives home the point that I hope is never forgotten. 2,819 people were here one moment and gone the next. 2,819 went to work or boarded a plane one morning ten years ago thinking it would be another ordinary day and they never came home.

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