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Light
Where: City Hall Park (New York, NY)
Why: I was reading a story on Tablet Talk by photographer Rebecca Adler Rotenberg and she said that the incredible light in Tuscany “profoundly altered [her] worldview as a young artist.”  While I agree that the light in Tuscany is indeed very special, I think most people overlook the beautiful light right here in New York City.  The evening sun glistening against the old brick has a beautiful, almost magical quality to it.

Light

Where: City Hall Park (New York, NY)

Why: I was reading a story on Tablet Talk by photographer Rebecca Adler Rotenberg and she said that the incredible light in Tuscany “profoundly altered [her] worldview as a young artist.”  While I agree that the light in Tuscany is indeed very special, I think most people overlook the beautiful light right here in New York City.  The evening sun glistening against the old brick has a beautiful, almost magical quality to it.

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