My favorite location to photograph the New York City skyline was the cobblestone park at the Brooklyn anchorage of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge on the shore of the East River. From this spot, the roadway above served as a perfect frame above the towers. I always shot my skylines during the winter when the early sunset preceded the office workers turning off the lights at 5pm.
On this night in 1991, the sky went through a myriad of colors before morphing into the brilliant red that I named "Sailor's Delight."
Much of this photograph has changed. The Twin Towers are gone in the 9/11 attack, South Street Seaport was totally redesigned from the ravages of Hurricane Sandy, and the cobblestoned park was closed for over a decade for security after 2001.
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