The Landmark Beauty of Grand Central Terminal

New York City, Featured

 

Dear Abe, How President Kennedy loved Grand Central Terminal. [in her letter to then mayor Abe Beame to save Grand Central Terminal in the eleventh hour]

-Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, former First Lady, editor, and historic preservationist

 

this landmark beauty

Each day I get off the train in Grand Central, and walk into a gorgeous ornate Beaux Arts-style terminal. I always have my camera, either the Canon or the trusty iPhone. And I go looking for something that catches my eye differently than ever before. The light. The people. The buzz. It all makes me happy. Thank goodness this beautiful building is still around.

Below is a fun 15 second video of the rush rush rush, followed by some photographs that I’m putting together into a book. Come visit NYC and call me so I can meet you for a stroll. So many of you have taken me up on that. Thanks!

 

 

The Clock at Grand Central Terminal

The Clock at Grand Central Terminal

 

Grand Central Terminal through the Canon

Grand Central Terminal from the back of my camera

 

Go Pro

Captured with my GoPro

 

Grand Central Terminal, passengers dashing by

Grand Central Terminal, man with blue suitcase dashing by

 

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal

 

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal, Metro-North trains back to Connecticut

 

The Clock at Grand Central Terminal

The Clock at Grand Central Terminal

 

Grand Central Terminal

Grand Central Terminal

 

Many of the photographs you see in my blog posts are for sale in my online store. You might just be looking for some color or black and white images for your walls. Or think about gift giving. I take such special care in this creation, delivered in a lovely box .

All photographs are taken by me, unless I have noted otherwise in the caption. I use my Canon 5D III and the iPhone 6+.

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