For SalePhotographyPosters / PrintsUncategorized WTC – World Trade Center Posters & Prints for Sale by New Yorkled By New Yorkled - February 25, 2015 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WTC – World Trade Center Posters & Prints for Sale Tower One and other Buildings Overhead Extreme View at Night Some of the buildings/skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan’s Financial District and Battery Park City are featured in this image taken at night as the evening’s sky stands darkly overhead. Note that one of the architectural delights in this depiction happens to be the One World Trade Center Tower otherwise known as the Freedom Tower. A Stroll towards the World Trade Center Seen here are some of the buildings making up Lower Manhattan with the WTC at the end of this path along West Street. One WTC as seen from a distance Many of Lower Manhattan’s residential and office buildings can be seen here with the One World Trade Center Tower at the tail end of this path. One WTC Stands Mightily During the Blue Hour Pictured here are just some of the skyscrapers and buildings of the Lower Manhattan Skyline as seen during the blue hour just prior to the day’s evening. Seen amongst these skyscrapers would be One World Trade Center otherwise known as the Freedom Tower as well as the Woolworth Building. The Tribute in Light rises into the night sky amidst all of Lower Manhattan The annual September 11 Tribute in Light is featured in this photo displaying not only the East River but as well its partial reflections of the Lower Manhattan skyline. Within this image you can spot as well the One World Trade Center Tower otherwise known as the Freedom Tower amidst the many other skyscrapers and buildings making up this section of New York City. A walk along Fulton Street towards Tower One Depicted here are folks walking about Fulton Street in Lower Manhattan with One World Trade Center (WTC) otherwise known as the Freedom Tower. Overhead extreme view which includes the WTC This overhead extreme perspective features not just One World Trade Center but as well some of the other surrounding skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan. Image was taken from the middle of the street looking straight up under the blue hour of the sky as it will soon turn to night. The Tribute in Light rising above the Lower Manhattan Skyline Yours truly couldn’t resist taking liberty with this image of the Tribute in Lights over the NYC skyline on September 11. As may or may not be obvious, this is a mirror image aiming to display the need for a perfect world…or the lack thereof. Questioning exactly what is a perfect world? View of Tower One as seen from across the street Tower One is seen viewed from across the street in this extreme overhead perspective with the slowly dimming blue hour sky above. One World Trade was finalized in the year 2014 with its observation deck set to be open to the public in Spring of 2015. All of us New Yorkers are looking towards that date with the highest of anticipations. Brooklyn Bridge and part of Lower Manhattan in the night with the Tribute in Light Rising overhead Another anniversary and another commemoration of/to the fateful day of September 11, 2001 as the lights rise high above New York City. The Brooklyn Side Tower of the Brooklyn Bridge with the Tribute in Light rising overhead from across the East River The lights of the Tribute in Light (2014) rise up into the sky behind one of the Brooklyn Bridge Towers as the stars shimmer in the night sky. Reflecting upon the Tribute in Light and the Brooklyn Bridge A beautiful night welcomes the Tribute in Lights towering over the City of New York. Tribute in Light soaring into the sky The tower of lights otherwise known as the tribute in lights shine on over Manhattan. Lower Manhattan Skyline and the Tribute in Light Simply remembering and paying tribute to the World Trade Center and commemorating that fateful day on September 11, 2001 as the tribute in lights shine over Manhattan Island. Tribute in Light Since September 11, 2002 there’ve been the lighting of the two beams of light into the overhead skies just above the World Trade Center Site. This ‘Tribute in Lights’ stands as beacons of hope and beacons of tomorrow. Hopefully bringing humanity closer together and reminding us of what once stood there. It is with great hope that this annual tradition will continue every year on September 11. We hope so as do so many others. Tribute in Light above the southern end of New York City as seen from the Promenade in Brooklyn In what had become a yearly ritual the lights soar into the night sky over Lower Manhattan on September 11, 2008. Tribute in Light and Brooklyn Bridge The September 11 Tribute in Lights welcomes in a beautiful evening for the commemoration as the towers of light rise above New York City. The World Trade Center and Brookfield Place as seen from the waters Upon our travels along the Hudson River with a sailboat not too far off is within our view the World Trade Center and part of the rest of Lower Manhattan. Seen here amongst these skyscrapers would be the Freedom Tower which is still under development at the time of this photo. The Antenna Spire at the top of Tower One as seen from a distance Image here features New York City’s One World Trade Center Tower Antenna Spire as captured from far enough away using a zoom during the evening. The Antenna Mast is reported to be 360 feet in height atop what is otherwise known, but not officially, as the Freedom Tower. Walking north towards the World Trade Center This view and scene features the World Trade Center Building #1 at the end of a strolling area that borders Lower Manhattan’s Battery Park City amongst the surrounding buildings and skyscrapers. Also visible is one of the bridges crossing over West Street which as since been dismantled. Tower One and part of the Southern End of New York City during the Early Evening The buildings and skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan are visible here as seen across the East River from the newly renovated, rejuvenated and restored Broooklyn Bridge Park area and Piers. Visible during the soon to end blue hour are numerous landmarks amongst which is the newly finished One World Trade Center, WTC. Tower One and other Surrounding Skyscrapers and Buildings Some of the buildings/skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan’s Financial District and Battery Park City are featured in this image taken at night as the evening’s sky stands darkly overhead. Note that one of the architectural delights in this depiction happens to be the One World Trade Center Tower otherwise known as the Freedom Tower.