Penn Station at night

Penn Station at Night

About 3 a.m. Penn Station

This is New York City very late at night/very very early in the morning. This is a sight you hardly can see except on a weekday.

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This entry was published on November 29, 2014 at 2:36 am and is filed under Art, Manhattan, New York City, Photography, Postaday, Weekly Photo Challenge. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

19 thoughts on “Penn Station at Night

  1. Do you like this, though, or prefer the hustle/bustle of busy NY? This is such a great shot.

  2. For one, I truly appreciate the view without the crowds. Thanks.

  3. Heartafire on said:

    A fabulous shot!

  4. Brilliant depiction. It is almost unbelievable that in a few hours, that same station will be abuzz. Amazing combination and capture of the different colors of lights, the contrast, the symmetry and not the least the scale. It offers an exhilarating , calming, all in one perspective.

    • Thanks for your comments and for visiting. Yes you are right. I think this is one of the busiest stations, perhaps in the world. On busy day there is no space even to walk.

  5. Great shot! I’ve never seen it so empty.

  6. I had to look at this because most of the photos people share are of Grand Central Station. Penn Station is usually a tired grungy place when I pass through. I really like this photo because I’ve always wondered what it would look like if I wasn’t being pushed around in the crowd.

  7. Nice shot. Like all the colors set against the darkness.

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