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Grand Central Terminal – Lexington Passage

There are two walkways from the Main Hall at Grand Central Terminal leading to Lexington Avenue. I could have stood in the other one for 30 minutes, and I don’t think it ever would have presented me with a scene empty of people. This passage looked like this every time I walked by.

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  • Toad Hollow PhotographyFebruary 20, 2012 - 3:12 pm

    This is truly great, Mark! Love your new foray into film photography, the results are breathtaking! Love this shot; you’ve really used a perfect composition to bring this one to life, my friend!ReplyCancel

  • Mark NealFebruary 20, 2012 - 6:36 pm

    You’ve got me itching to load my rangefinder with some Ilford. Great shot, Mark.ReplyCancel

  • […] Quality espresso is available at Joe (in the dark and somewhat elusive Greybar Passage) and at Irving Farm (newly opened in the downstairs dining concourse). Both cafes give one the option of drinking your espresso-based beverage in an appropriate ceramic cup, no matter how late you are for your train. Financier, a bakery with a three-group Linea, will also make you an espresso (they appear to use Brooklyn private-label roaster Stone Street), which will be quite astringent and come in an itsy to-go cup—but to its credit is also presented with an itsy cello-wrapped pastry perched atop the miniature lid. Points for effort. Should you swing that way, there is also a Starbucks in the Lexington Passage. […]ReplyCancel

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