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NYC was still on high alert when I visited on New Year's, 2002. This was in Penn Station which was aswarm with armed police and other security forces. I was surprised they didn't object to my taking the photo.
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That's a darned good shot! I like the way the golden light wraps around and limns their faces. I am mildly surprised they didn't object as well.
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Super nice exposure, Matt.
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rmalarz wrote:Super nice exposure, Matt.
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Matt Quinn wrote:NYC was still on high alert when I visited on New Year's, 2002. This was in Penn Station which was aswarm with armed police and other security forces. I was surprised they didn't object to my taking the photo.

Wow, that's a powerful image! Amazing image! S-
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