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Blue Empire State Building. New York. [The ALL blue lighting honors 'The Fallen' Men in Blue!]

New York. [The ALL blue lighting honors 'The Fallen'…

Macy's- New York City

Wish I could just steal that entire bag full of Macy's gifts. Macy's- New York City

An increasing number of countries are relaxing their laws and general attitude towards the LGBT community. Even previously strict countries have become far more tolerant and have their own flourishing gay scene. However, countries that have only recently become accepting of same-sex couples usually consist of a small area or district that hosts the gay scene. If you wish to travel freely around the country you are visiting, then it is advisable to stick to destinations that are widely…

TOP 10 Most Gay Friendly Countries Around The World

Natural color inspiration can come from a perfectly timed cityscape image. This photo of New York City is bathed in a monochromatic violet light.

#newyorkcityfeelings by @nycfotophun by newyorkcityfeelings.com - The Best Photos and Videos of New York City including the Statue of Liberty Brooklyn Bridge Central Park Empire State Building Chrysler Building and other popular New York places and attractions.

#newyorkcityfeelings by @nycfotophun by newyorkcityfeelings.com - The Best Photos and Videos of New York City including the Statue of Liberty Brooklyn Bridge Central Park Empire State Building Chrysler Building and other popular New York places and attractions.

Washington Square, Manhattan, New York

Arch at Washington Square, Manhattan, New York. Sure looks like the Arch de Triumphe in Paris!

Au dessus de la Grosse Pomme : vol en helicoptere

Faites un vol en hélicoptère à New York

View of New York City from the floor of the Empire State Building observation deck. The view is incredible. This photo has been featured as the cov. New York City

Vanderbilt Avenue in Manhattan runs from 42nd Street to 47th Street between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue. It was built in the late 1860s as the result of construction of Grand Central Depot.[1] The southbound Grand Central Terminal Park Avenue Viaduct runs above the street's eastern side. The Yale Club of New York City is located on Vanderbilt Avenue, at the intersection of East 44th Street, as is the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.

Great photo of Chrysler Building Grand Central Terminal with Vanderbilt Ave street sign in foreground.

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