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Tribute in Light. The twin towers memorial has been produced annually since 2002 and uses 88 searchlights. On clear nights it can be seen from over 60 miles away.

Ground Zero lights in New York City - September 11 911 Memorial. We will always remember

Exactly 100 years ago this month, in February 1913, one of the 20th Century's most elaborate and majestic buildings was inaugurated in New York - an extraordinary amalgam of technological sophistication and architectural wonder.

The world's loveliest train station

NYC Grand Central Terminal, 1929 — The light doesn’t stream in like this anymore because the buildings around the station are too tall. I Miss NYC and my brother so bad. Being in Grand Central was amazing.

Winter inspires me. There is something innately romantic and cozy about feeling warm and secure even during some of the coldest nights, while walking through a city that is set ablaze by holiday lights. It doesn't hurt to have your hand warmed up by a familiar touch, as well.

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Winter night, East Street, East Village - This is what I wish every Christmas Eve would bring. Definitely how the Christmas season should be. Snow and ice and snowmen ⛄⛄

The 9/11 Teardrop Memorial was a gift to USA from Russia; dedicated "To the Struggle Against World Terrorism."  It stands across the bay from NYC in Bayonne, NJ, within sight of the Statue of Liberty and where the Twin Towers formerly stood. At its dedication in 2006, President Bill Clinton said, "I would like to thank the people of Russia for this gift of solidarity in the war on terror. I thank my friend Zurab Tsereteli for his ability to catch the feelings that cannot be expressed by…

The Teardrop Memorial - It was a gift to America from the country of Russia and is dedicated "To the Struggle Against World Terrorism." It is in Bayonne, NJ. Around the base of The Teardrop were the names of all those who died on – including 26 Russians.

New York City, 1970

June dreams of becoming a successful model in NYC. She wants Sylvia to be the photographer that makes her image famous. New York City, 1970

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