Thanks, Christos! I'm still building the thread, and I have a ways to go. The New York moderator JohnFlint1985 was my host, and he showed me more of New York in one day than most people would see in a month. I got a lot out of this trip because of him, and I think I was able to do the city justice in one weekend.Great, very nice photos from New York, Quantum :cheers:
Thanks!Great shots mate! kay:
Wow! Looks like you're right. Thanks for the clarification. I thought they had moved their headquarters there.Are you sure that is their world headquarters? I thought they were based in Charlotte, NC.
It's nice to get some support from the Miami forum in here. Our group doesn't seem to move around much to other parts of the website.Way to go Q!
This is our boy from south Florida. Representing Miami! Woohooo :cheers:
Thanks, Spell! I thought of you, but I had already made arrangements to tour the place with JohnFlint1985 of the New York forum and wasn't sure how I would divide my time between the two of you in one short weekend. Yes, New York continues to evolve. Just when I think the city couldn't be any more than it already is, it finds a way to become more than it is.Just terrific work, Q, and I'm so glad you had a good time in the big town! Wish I had known...it's just 90 miles from here.
A lot of those shots really capture the essence of just how NEW much of the Manhattan skyline really is. It' been dramatically altered in recent years and continues to evolve.
I'm going up again next week (mostly around Brooklyn) and never tire of the place.
Again, GREAT stuff my friend! :cheers::cheers: