Scenes from New York

       While I’m certainly no photographer, every once in a while I luck out and take what I think is a good picture, either because of quality or interest.  Here are some shots I’ve taken in New York over the past several months.

The huge Grand Central Teminal.

The Chrysler Building from 44th Street.

The runway welcome sign at LaGuardia Airport.

The Brooklyn Bridge at a LaGuardia baggage claim.

Yankee Stadium, home of the greatest team in sports history.

And my personal favorite; when I saw it, I said, “Now that’s my kind of building!”  But when I discovered there wasn’t a vodka martini to be found, I knew that I had been misled…

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Randolph Mase, Fiction Writer 

My Novels:

Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

Nathan Hale

2 Responses to “Scenes from New York”

  1. Charron's Chatter Says:

    oh that dang Bar Building! Nice shutterbugging!

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