Time: Before this miserable winter. Place: Jekyll Island, Georgia, USA.
Original Images taken October 31, 2010
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This post contains ten images from “President’s Day” last week, underscoring the dynamics of a magnificently changing Manhattan skyline, driven by decades long, mind-blowing construction.
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Looking down W. 57th St. at twilight this week, four of the newest buildings including the second tallest in the city, dominate the view. But, look at the closest on the left….
Designed by Danish Architect Bjark Inges, this spectacular residential building features impressive amenities, and a spectacular open air court yard.
“VIA 57 West” is so dramatically shaped that it looks different from every viewpoint, as shown here from the west, (above) and north-west an hour earlier. (below)
As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂