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An English Werewolf in New York, 22 - 27 July 2001

These are the photographs that I took during the four nights and three full days that I spent in New York City.  I was staying with another Fur in the area and  spent most of my visit doing a quick tour of many of the popular tourist sites in Manhattan.  Other pages you might be interested in seeing are:

  • New Jersey and Ohio - Photographs from the remaining two weeks that I spent in America after Anthrocon in 2001.

The little thumbnails below all point to the full-sized pictures.

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The Pulitzer Fountain, situated just below the far south-east end of Central Park, and just outside FAO Schwartz, the major toy store.
'Spiders,' a sculpture exhibition by Louise Bourgeois on display outside the front entrance to the Rockefeller Centre.
The Rockerfeller Centre from the front, overlooking the ice rink with the spider sculptures in the background.
A view down the fountain-lined terrace towards the rising Rockerfeller Centre at its end.
Looking across the street towards Macy's, a large and famous department store in Downtown Manhattan.
A view from the centre of Times Square and looking north, both side-streets flanked with cable-company offices, tourist shops, adverts and luminous billboards.
Times Square from the same location as above, but looking south.

Together, these two photos give some idea of the crowdedness, not only by traffic but also people, of New York City on what was one of the hottest days of the summer.

Looking towards the skyline of Downtown Manhattan from north of the Central Park reservoir - with a clear view to all of the skyscrapers along the width of the lower half of the island.


 

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