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The New York Times Building
New York City, NY

Looking down on Midtown Manhattan the New York Times building stands out from the rest of the city. It is perhaps metaphoric of the power and influence the news media has over its viewers, and the country as a whole.

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Toy Skyscraper
New York City, NY

Looking down from the air makes the buildings look like toys. Reminds me of building Lego cities when I was a kid. I've always been fascinated by tall buildings.

The Empire State Building lit for the holidays.

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Walt and Mickey Winter
Anaheim, CA

Apologizes to everyone freezing on the East Coast, but winter is my favorite season. In Socal we have lights that make it look like we have snow and ice, and the temperature drops down to the 50s which I really enjoy.

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If you guys are ever in need of extra FASTPASS tickets, or if you have unused FASTPASSES that are going to go to waste, try our new app for iPhones and Pass It Forward to someone who can use them. Thanks! :) http://passitforward.club/pass-it-forward-an-app-for-unused-disneyland-fastpass-sharing/
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New York Public Library and Bryant Park Aerial
New York City, NY

An aerial view of the big city in action, the New York Public Library and Bryant Park ice skating rink filled with skaters.

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Radio City Music Hall - Showplace of the Nation
New York City

Happy New Year! After the holidays and various family, fun, and work trips I'm finally home and starting to go through some of my photos from the past 3 weeks. 

New York is one of my very favorite cities, there is always so much going on, and Radio City is right at the middle of it all. While we were there Radio City had multiple Christmas Spectacular shows running every day.

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The colours in your images are incredible. Your photographs are incredible, I seem to be drawn to photographing nature, earth and sky. And love taking shots of older buildings and infrastructure in urban areas. Of course, I don't have the hardware a professional would use. I do however must possess a good eye for what I do capture, I have been complimented for them. My Dad was a photographer in the USAF for 20 years. Retired at Beale AFB in 1972 where recon wing was. Lots of SR-71 blackbirds and U2's taking off and landing all day and night. Wow. One of your shots came across the screen saver on my Cromecast. That is how I came to come here and check out your work. Can't wait to continue watching screenshow. Thank You for sharing your talent and artwork. 
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Pathway to the Mansion
Disneyland, CA

Ended the night with my favorite holiday ride at Disneyland, the Haunted Mansion.

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New York Central Park Sunset

Back on the ground in New York we got a chance to enjoy a sunset and some ice skaters in Central Park. We stopped by the Halal Guys cart and picked up some chicken and rice our way to central park, then found a spot to sit and eat and enjoy the view.

This is a pano, something I've been playing around with lately. This scene in central park is huge, so the only way to fit it all in was with a pano. It's kind of cool how it's almost 10,000 pixels wide. Lightroom and Photoshop have some new pano features, but I finished this before those were released. I shot a couple more panos, so I might try out the new features on one of those.
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Flying Above Times Square
New York City, NY

Out of all the sites we saw flying over New York, Times Square was my favorite. I can't get enough of the bright lights.

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New York Aerial - Winter in Rockefeller Center

We left New York before the storm hit, but it still looked and felt like winter flying over the city.

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One World Trade Center Aerial
New York City, NY

I would take a corner office on a high floor. I think they still have some availability.

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Candy Cane Empire State Building Aerial
New York, NY

For Christmas this year my wife and her parents got me a helicopter ride over New York City. It was one of the coolest experiences I've ever had, and something I hope I get a chance to do again. 

New York is one of my favorite cities in the world, and the Empire State Building is arguably its most iconic skyscraper. Flying a circle around the Empire State Building was one of the highlights of our flight.

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Snow in the Hub
Disneyland, CA

My favorite time of year is finally here. It's also the best time to be at Disneyland (other than the crowds).

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Thanks for all the info and tips +Grant Batt I'll definitely keep that in mind when I finally get out there. Bummer that they aren't doing the Spectacle of Dancing Lights anymore, that sounds like something I would definitely enjoy.
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We have lived in the Gaslamp for 5 years, and go out to eat downtown 2-3 times a week. We've had high expectations since first hearing about Rustic Root, but unfortunately were very disappointed with our experience. Overall the decor was modern and appealing, but the meal did not live up to the expectations. We started with what turned out to be very disappointing cocktails, and the meal just never got better from there. We ordered 3 drinks, starting with an off-menu Manhattan which was selected after the server informed us the menu Manhattan was pre-mixed, and really designed to be a shot and not a cocktail, and while it was a pretty average Manhattan at best, it was by far the best of the 3 cocktails. We also ordered a 1927, made with bulleit bourbon, sweet vermouth, campari and orange rind. Unfortunately the drink was overpowered by the Campari, even searching for the bourbon or vermouth I had a very difficult time tasting them at all. We also had an 1895, which is made with tin cup whiskey, angostura bitters, ginger beer, lemon juice, simple syrup and a lemon twist. This drink ended up tasting like watery angostura bitters. I'm not sure what proportions they used to achieve this, but it was very surprising how flavorless and bad the drink was. Somehow I wasn't even able to taste ginger beer, not sure if it was a bad ingredient, or a bad mix job, but either way, the drink was not good. The food was also a mixed bag, that left us with more bad than good. Our favorite dish was the carnitast bao bao sliders, and I think it was the only dish none of us had a complaint for. The carnitas was flavorful and the bun paired with it very well, overall a very nice dish. The deviled eggs were also tasty, though the egg itself was a little chewy, and our only real knock against it was that it was so clearly inferior to the phenomenal deviled eggs we had last weekend at Table No 10. After the two dishes above, we also got the Surf & Turf which despite the $18 price tag was a decent amount of food. Unfortunately, both the beef tartar and hamachi sashimi suffered from a distinct lack of flavor, and the sashimi seemed to be of marginal quality compared with similar dishes I have had, it had a slight fishy taste and a more chewy texture than I would have hoped. The final 2 dishes were probably the two worst, and included the Kale Caesar salad and the Lobster Pappardelle. The Kale in the caesar salad was nice, good texture and decent flavor, but the positives end there. The dressing was flavorless and the chicken was overcooked and bland. Finally, the lobster pappardelle was the only dish of the night that was bad enough that it was actually difficult to eat. The pappardelle itself was cooked very well, usually the texture of the pasta is the most difficult element of a dish like this, but in this case something went horribly wrong with the sauce. The sauce was both excessively salty and excessively spicy. When taking a bite, the salt hit first, and once the effect of the salt began wearing off, the excess of red pepper took over and left the mouth burning, with no flavor whatsoever coming from the expected base of sherry cream. This dish was bad enough that it would have been sent back to the kitchen immediately, but unfortunately our server was nowhere to be found, and by the time she finally did return to our table all of the other food was gone, and it would have been a waste of time to ask for any kind of replacement dish, so we just settled with what we had (with the lobster pappardelle 90% uneaten). After our complaints about the dish the server did generously remove it from the bill. It was the right thing to do, but these days it seems its not a particularly common practice, especially since I don't usually feel comfortable with more than a relatively short and passive complaint.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I haven't tried it all, but I've tried quite a few of the coffee shops in San Diego, and this one is absolutely the best. The staff is quick, courteous and friendly, and more importantly, the coffee is perfect. It's not sour, it's not bitter, and it doesn't taste burnt like so many of the other coffee shops that I'm told will be great. I like to go with a Hummingbird Americano, hot or iced depending on the weather. They sell capped cold brew bottles and beans which is perfect for the times I can't make it in to the coffee shop. Only slightly related, but New English Brewery down the street made a Coffee Stout with Zumbar Coffee and it is without a doubt the best beer they offer, if you like coffee or stouts, I highly recommend you give it a try.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Good food with quick and friendly service, this is my goto breakfast spot for a quick and tasty bite downtown. They serve breakfast until they close at 3:00pm which makes it a great place after sleeping in late.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
They have some of the best thin crust pizza around, the Mashed pizza comes topped with Mozzarella, Mashed Potato and Bacon, it is by far my favorite! The Basic salad is also really good, I'm a huge fan of pears and the dressing is the perfect balance of tangy and sweet. If there were anything I could improve it would be the beer list, for a San Diego bar/restaurant, it leaves a lot to be desired.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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Delicious deep dish pizza. It's not as good as being in Chicago, but living in San Diego, it's the next best thing. The pizza is made from fresh ingredients and the quality comes through in the taste. This place is great for dinner or a late night snack, they also have a very respectable beer list. They offer about 10 beers on tap and many of them are quality beers you won't find at one of the many mainstream bars or clubs nearby.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The tasting room is well put together and they always seem to have a great selection with many of their best beers on tap. I've also purchased a few rare bottles from Alesmith using their Brownbag ticket program and the process as been extremely smooth.
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