This is a fairly quick post and is the first of two posts! The next one will follow very shortly.
Effectively, as you can see from the photos at the top of the Eiffel Tower, I love cityscape photos – especially ones taken at dusk/sunset/night! I’ve been fortunate enough to have been at the top of some of the tallest buildings in New York and I’ve taken a few test photos from both but I’m not entirely sure which view is my favourite (Am I even allowed to have favourites?). One the one hand, I went up the Empire State Building first so it holds a certain ‘magic’ for me and on the other hand, the glass panels at the Rockefeller Center allow for a more immersive and less obstructive view of New York (plus I get to see the Empire State Building from there too).
Anyway, I figured I’d put both up and let you decide which one you like on the basis of the photos I was able to get from both. I’m gonna start with The Empire State Building! The very next post blog post will be the view from the Rockefeller Centre (i.e. The Top Of The Rock). Stay tuned for Part Deux!