Good morning everyone and welcome to another Monday! I hope that you all enjoyed your weekend!
Today we head back to the Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center for a different view than I first shared last week. (By the way, I will probably intermittently be posting more of this view, along with the view from the Empire State Building, over the next couple weeks, as I have so many to share!) This view is from the complete opposite side of the building, looking towards Central Park and you can really get a sense for how massive it really is. Somehow though, I feel like walking through Central Park doesn’t really feel as far as walking the same distance along the streets. Maybe it is all the hills and twists and turns that make it more interesting!
Anyways, the first shot above was taken just as the sun set over the horizon, as I was waiting for the sun to go down when I was on the side facing the Empire State Building. After the last rays of light had drifted below the skyline, I jumped over to the Central Park facing side to grab the shot. The second image, the one directly above, was taken about 45 minutes later, with the city lighting up all over the place and the blue hour in full force!
Thanks for stopping by today everyone, see you all tomorrow!