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Sep 4, 2013 05:29:35   #
noknees438
 
This seemed to have taken forever post 9-11. She's pretty impressive when you get close up and personal
Freedom Tower

 
Sep 4, 2013 05:43:58   #
OnDSnap (a regular here)
 
Yes it is, my wife works about 4 blocks from it and she boasts about it every day...ya gotta come see it, ya gotta come see it, I guess I gotta go see it :) OR, I suppose I could just say I saw it via your fine shot of it.
Sep 4, 2013 06:41:38   #
John Lawrence
 
noknees438 wrote:
This seemed to have taken forever post 9-11. She's pretty impressive when you get close up and personal


First shot I've seen of the Freedom Tower. It's beautiful - the tower and the picture.
Sep 4, 2013 06:42:04   #
noknees438
 
thanks Doug, glad I could help you out. No charge. lol
Sep 4, 2013 06:48:09   #
GWR100 (a regular here)
 
Amazing shot, It would look good in Mono as well. Nice one noknees
noknees438 wrote:
This seemed to have taken forever post 9-11. She's pretty impressive when you get close up and personal
Sep 4, 2013 07:08:40   #
OnDSnap (a regular here)
 
noknees438 wrote:
thanks Doug, glad I could help you out. No charge. lol


Actually I really need to get over there, my visits to B&H usually run longer than expected (yeah right) and I don't usually have enough time to go down town. Soon though, soon.
 
          
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