Images from our family visit to New York during Spring Break 2014.
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The iconic Atlas statue at Rockefeller Center.
Darcy & the boys at the entrance to NBC at 30 Rock.
Hanging out around Rockefeller Plaza.
A 130 megpixel panoramic stitched from 7 vertical images of the New York skyline shot from the top of Rockefeller Center.
Radio City Music Hall at night with the blur of cab traffic.
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A quick shot of Ethan as we visit Soho.
Soho graffiti art.
Screenplays for sale from a street vendor.
A huge hulk-like baby painted on the side of a building in Soho.
Quick shot of the boys as we walk to the 9/11 Memorial.
A flower left for a 9/11 victim on their birthday.
An 87 megapixel stitched panoramic from 12 images of The Freedom Tower and 9/11 Memorial. Towering 1776 feet, it overlooks the fountains which mark the footprints of the Twin Towers.
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A talented jazz trio busking for tips in the New York subway.
A subway train arrives at our stop.
A beautiful painting from Edward Munch in the MoMA - similar in feel to his famous work "The Scream".
Finishing breakfast in the window seats at the Bouchon Bakery right next to The Today Show.
We bumped into Steve Higgins walking down the street as he was heading to the taping of the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. He also produces Saturday Night Live.
My crew in the morning NYC light as we head out after breakfast.
One World Trade towering over the New York skyline as we take a boat around Manhattan.
Statue of Liberty.
Top: the boys & the Statue of Liberty as we take a boat tour.
Bottom: Candids from Central Park.
One World Trade and the New York skyline.
The boys met the lead of Les Miserables after the show.
Idina Menzel signing autographs after a show.
Times Square and a blur of traffic.
The fam in the middle of Times Square.
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Thunderstorm, Times Square.
Connected with friend and Sony's Senior Mastering Engineer Mark Wilder on our visit. Great guy. Great engineer. Mark was nice enough to show the family around the facility.
Mark Wilder shows the boys an original recording by Benny Goodman and Fred Astaire. Sadly, this is also the room John Lennon last recorded in before he was killed.
The iconic Guggenheim Museum.
Grand Central Station in motion.
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The lights of traffic and billboards in Times Square.
A 100 megapixel panoramic stitched from 10 vertical images in the middle of Times Square.
Darcy grabs a quick moment with Micah as we look for breakfast on our last day.
Next stop... home.