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Always look up when you're in a city, as you never know just what you'll see.

That rule goes doubly so for New York, where much of its architecture looms over the street canyons and where new and old meet in a delightful visual cacophony. One such view is at Grand Central Station, where station's sculptures and the surrounding tours are reflected in a wall of curved windows. The images pincushion in the mirror glass, golden in the late afternoon sunlight.


New York, New York
December 2009