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    Yeah, the two towers bring the various scattered buildings to a nice focal point. As it was said before, I wish the crowns were red or green like they were in the designs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matt3303
    Yeah, the two towers bring the various scattered buildings to a nice focal point. As it was said before, I wish the crowns were red or green like they were in the designs.
    Or maybe make the finials on the crown positive and in stainless steel.

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    Time Warner Center from 58th Street. 17 October 2003.


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    Looks incredibly dull in that picture. Usually it's better.

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    The "prow" looks great, very ethereal.

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    Is that bluish mark permanent? What is it?

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    I agree the prow looks very cool in this picture.
    Nice and transparent.
    Does it serve a purpose or have any useable space?

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    From the Times article in the very first post of this thread:

    "We're hoping that whatever will be in the prow will in some way complement 2 Columbus Circle.

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    Nice angle Edward.

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    so that wall thing is supposed to be a prow? Whats its prupose, it looks pretty stupid to me. I bet you they use it as ad space for huge banners.

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    The building defintely looks the best from that angle:

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    Ahh!!!

    Purely crystalline. Simply Sublime.

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    Those are some beautiful buildings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAFisher123
    The building defintely looks the best from that angle:
    Amazing shot. Great job.

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    HOT!!!!!!

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