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It is likewise completely man-made as the inside lakes, streams and ponds were all created artificially and the only natural function on site is exposed bedrock, called Manhattan Schist.
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From the roof of a friend of a friend about 30 minutes before sunset. I think. It was too cloudy to know when the sun actually set. Looking north from 56th Street. From here, you can see the George Washington Bridge across the Hudson River, about 5 miles up. I went with a smaller aperture to get a longer exposure, and I think image quality suffered a little bit as a result.
Single exposure / f/18 / 12mm (18mm=) / 4s / ISO 100
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Huge 2000-pixel-wide version.

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From the roof of a friend of a friend a couple weeks back, looking north from around 57th Street over Central Park and the Upper West Side. You can see the George Washington Bridge faintly. Too tired to go out tonight after an 18-mile bike ride and kayaking on the Hudson this afternoon. Hoping for some new comps this week. 14mm (21mm=).
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