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    As much of French, bryant park is my preferred park, surely because it is the only french garden (the small garden of Luxembourg). True an oasis in the big city






















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    An animation 'one day in the life' of Bryant Park seen of Webcam of the ESB

    http://perrin.olivier.free.fr/webcam...ni_bryant.html

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    Suite du Bryant Park























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    Nice pictures - thanks for sharing with us I think Bryant Park is the best park in Manhattan. I like to see pictures from there.

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    Thank

    Me to, I think Bryant Park is the best park in Manhattan

    for me it is an oasis in Manhattan. To drink a capuccino while reading a book in bryant park, a pure moment of delight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comelade
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    To drink a capuccino while reading a book in bryant park, a pure moment of delight.
    Yes - that's a good idea.

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    two photographs of the other Webmaster of www.newyork-avenue.com

    Like me, it adores Bryant Park






    unfortunately I in board more...

    For the capuccino, for me will be with cinnamon

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    Thanks for these photos of our urban oasis, Bryant Park. It truly is a little paradise in Midtown. And the history...the Reservoir, the Crystal Palace...

    And what a turnarond Bryant Park has made over the last ten to fifteen years.

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    Bryant Park 2006.
    there remains my park number one, each evening a small turning with bryant park. when a webcam has on bryant park?





    I like much this new preparing





    the other photographs 2006 of bryant park :
    http://nyc2006.free.fr/Bryant%20Park/index.html

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    ^ How do they keep the grass alive?

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    ^^^Panorama above: IMO the new building on Madison, while bad, doesnīt detract from the view as much as the truly awful skinny tower in front of it.

    This is the view where the Republic National Bank building works beautifully: thatīs good, honest, modern architecture.

    For me, that post-modern tower with the crown is cringe worthy...and looks especially goofy in-between those 2 towers that are the "real thing". A 30īs style crown, with a huge, expansive bay-window underneath...McMansion architecture.

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    Does any one here remember Bryant Park in the 1970īs? It was so bad I think it was completely closed off for a while. And around the corner....the Library steps....OMG....it hardcore homeless and people on-leave from mental institutions.

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    I like the three pyramids receding in perspective. (Two are truncated.)

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    Get rid of some of the cruddier stuff and it looks even better ...
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    ^ Lol, cruddy stuff is all recent.

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