Some Close-Up Views of the Very Top of Four Iconic Landmarks
Can You Recognize These?
(Full images follow below)
All four have two things in common: New York City, (and at one time or another,) were the tallest buildings in the city.
As usual, comments are always welcome.
THANKS FOR VIEWING
12 thoughts on “LETS GO TO THE TOP – A High Perspective (initial edition)”
Cool subject and perspectives. Thanks for sharing. This is neat!
Funny,- thoughts perhaps NOT alone, as I was commenting to YOUR recent post at the time this dinged in!!
I am glad you didn’t make us wait for the answers to the initial question–I was clueless about which buildings these were. Cool way to introduce a subject.
Thanks, Mike. 🙂
I got . . . none.
Hmmm. In a future “edition,” I may include one YOU may more readily recognize…. 🙂 M
I didn’t get any…!!! Great perspective and love the last photo… 🙂
Even well known landmarks seen frequently can prove challenging to recognize from just their tops and spires. That said, I enjoy “capturing” the details so often overlooked. (no pun intended!) 🙂
what curious peaks
I wonder about the purposes of these unusual antennas
Potendono; All except the Chrysler Building are or have been major antennas for broadcasting Television, (and many additional transmitting forms,) as they in most cases were the highest points in the city. When the twin towers were completed in 1971, most TV broadcasting switched from the Empire State Building, but of course they fell in 2001. Today the major broadcast antennas are on a building in Times Square, NYC. You should come visit someday. Love YOUR images. M 🙂
Thanks very much
Maybe one day