New York At Night

Bridge to the Future? Hunter College congratulates its 2012 graduating class on their passageways crossing Lexington Avenue in New York City.New York City late at night is a world of its own. Very much alive, people come out who don’t usually are visible during the day time. Some stragglers from the daily life still linger on and mingle with the night creatures. It is also a place of a million lights, giving substance to the claim that this is a city that never sleeps. Here are some photos of one of my strolls down Lexington Avenue and into Grand Central Station after work one evening.

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