In 2010, Photographer Richard Renaldi began capturing the city's earliest/latest hours of Manhattan after midnight on Saturday and noon on Sunday. What followed was six years of shooting the city's nightlife and its daybreak in his book "Manhattan Sunday," which has been featured at the Aperture Foundation since June 16, 2017.
A Moment of Fake Reality in Times Square
Something about a tall, slender skyscraper without any ornaments erected majestically above the serenity of Central Park and other tall buildings in the distance against a blue sky thrills me to no end...
Northwest of Midtown in the theater district tourists delight in photography in front landmark Ed Sullivan Theater, once a former Television studio for such shows like Ed Sullivan Show, Merv Griffin Show, What's my Line, Password, soap opera Love of Life, Late Night with David Letterman, the sitcom Kate & Alllie and legendary disco Studio 54. Currently, the theater is home of Stephen Colbert's The Late Show.