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Two Iconic Buildings in New York City

by Ryan Shell

There are two buildings in New York City that instantly help you figure out where you are once you come up from the subway.

One is the World Trade Center, and the other is the Empire State Building. The Empire State Building is something people, in some weird way, bond with. Why? Because many New Yorkers will look up on a nightly basis to see what color, or color scheme, they’ve chosen to illuminate the building. Take a look at the iconic building below.

Screen Shot 2013-08-16 at 2.25.02 PMThe second of the two iconic buildings I’ll highlight is the Flatiron Building. It, as you may guess, is in the Flatiron neighborhood in New York City. 

I can’t remember the full history behind the building, but one fact that does come to mind is that they thought the building would blow over, or just flat out fall over, when it was being build “back in the day.”

Now, it’s an icon, and a building I photograph almost every time I pass it. The sunset shots are especially spectacular. Take a look at the unique building below.

Screen Shot 2013-08-16 at 2.24.51 PMSure, there are plenty of other iconic buildings in New York City, but these two are definitely noteworthy.

 



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