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   xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Nov 10 01:11 AM

November 10th, 2015: World Trade Center

I came across this lovely sunset picture of the old World Trade Center buildings, in NYC.
The setting Sun shining through walls of glass is very cool.

............

However it does strike me as kind of... well... spindly. Hefty center but not a hell of a lot besides glass further out.
But, what the hell, I'm sure it was designed by professionals who get paid a lot of money to figure out that stuff so it must be cool.



Undertoad  Tuesday Nov 10 07:57 AM

There's a crane on top of the one tower, is this when they were under construction?



glatt  Tuesday Nov 10 08:29 AM

Has to be under construction. There must have been drywall partitions in the finished space. Not to mention furniture. That's a lot of open space on the floors for the sun to shine through.



ogwen69  Tuesday Nov 10 11:11 AM

Notice how the lift shaft shapes change at the sky lobbies, as the different sets of lifts start and finish

lifts/elevators



ogwen69  Tuesday Nov 10 11:13 AM

[quote=xoxoxoBruce;944932]I came across this lovely sunset picture of the old World Trade Center buildings, in NYC.
The setting Sun shining through walls of glass is very cool.



Hate to be that guy, but it must be a sunRISE picture

The towers were on the west of manhattan, so the buildings behind must be east of the towers (and water in front is the west side)



xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Nov 10 01:26 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by ogwen69 View Post
Hate to be that guy, but it must be a sunRISE picture
Liar, you love it.
Of course you're right, when I found the picture it was captioned sunset, and I didn't question it. Thanks for the input.


Gravdigr  Tuesday Nov 10 04:29 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by glatt View Post
Has to be under construction. There must have been drywall partitions in the finished space. Not to mention furniture. That's a lot of open space on the floors for the sun to shine through.
That.

Damn cool pic, though.


Sundae  Wednesday Nov 11 05:13 AM

Been there!
(something Mum and I always used to say to eachother when watching something shot on location)

Had Christmas dinner in the Windows on the World restaurant at the top of the North Tower.

Good photo.



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