New Yorker's View of Second Avenue

Selected for Google Maps and Google Earth

Comments (12)

Gert Jonkman on August 3, 2008

wow almoast no traffic! nice picture you can see very far in the distance.

Hank Waxman on August 3, 2008

I'm glad you stopped by gertjonkman. It truly was a rare moment on 2nd Avenue.


Selim Turan on November 24, 2008

good photo...

Hank Waxman on November 24, 2008

Thank you StANDby007, I'm glad you liked it.

Greetings from New York City, via my current location in New Jersey, USA.


Gert Jonkman on February 9, 2010

Apparently the corner of 74th street & 2nd avenue has been razed and replaced by a building called Two Fifty Five East 74

Hank Waxman on February 9, 2010

Hi Gert, most toursits don't get up to this part of the East Side. I guess I caught it under construction. I just enjoyed a stroll through your pages. You did very well by us New Yorkers in the way you captured the city.ll done.


nowak202 on February 12, 2010

I love big city:) Nice photo. Greetings from Poland, Pozdrawiam ☺

Hank Waxman on February 13, 2010

Thank you Pozdrawiam. As I noted above, it is a rare moment when there's no traffic on Second Avenue.


José Carlos Farina on March 15, 2010

belíssima photo

the big city

Hank Waxman on March 15, 2010

Eu tirei essa foto da viúva de um amigo no terceiro andar do edifício. É bom que você gostou da foto.


Pccons16 on March 10, 2011

It Reminds me of a picture of Afonso Pena Avenue in Belo Horizonte the reason, cause how the way condos line up.

Hank Waxman on March 10, 2011

Thanks to the traveling abilities of Google Earth I was able to see Alfonso Pena Ave, and I'm flattered as well New York City should be. It's a beautiful area, for sure and the tall buildings seem much more spread out than New York City. Thanks again for the comparison, though.


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