Cityscape: Looking Down on NYC

by George Bodarky, Julie Clark, Morlene Chin
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New York City rooftop

Alex MacLean

Two photographers share their unique views of NYC.

People spend a lot of time on the streets of Manhattan looking up at the skyscrapers that surround them. But not many people get to look at the city from above unless it’s from an observatory like the one at the Empire State Building or on Top of the Rock.

On this week's Cityscape we’re seeing the city through the lens of two photographers with different vantage points.  Alex MacLean photographs the city from the air and Stewart Mader captures unique views of New York (and occasionally other cities) from rooftops, balconies, and other vantage points above the street.

 

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