Manhattan from the top of Rockefeller Center
The famous Christmas tree in Rockefeller Plaza
The castle in Central Park
The Empire State Building's shadow from the top
A corner of Times Square from the Empire State Building
The souvenir rack on the 86th floor
The interior of St. Paul's chapel. This is the Anglican church adjacent to the World Trade Center where rescue workers sought rest and refuge in the days after September 11. It's the oldest continually-occupied building in Manhattan, having been built in 1766. It's also part of the parish that sponsors the infamous "clown eucharists."
The cross formed by girders that was left standing after the World Trade Center collapse.