Over the past century, Times Square in New York has been the go-to place for music, the arts, and tourists. And with over 50 million visitors a year, it’s no surprise there are countless photos of this amazing hub of activity. Despite the vast amount of attention Times Square receives, photographers have a wonderful way of providing us with an entirely new perspective on things. Take this aerial view. While there are plenty of nighttime shots taken of Times Square, this aerial picture captured by Justin Brown offers beautiful colors and amazing building views many of us would have never had the chance to see:
Times Square begins at the junction of Seventh Avenue and Broadway and stretches from West 42nd Street to West 47th Street. Located in Midtown Manhattan, this popular tourist attraction is often considered the heart New York City. However, contrary to popular belief, this section of New York resembles more of a bow tie than an actual square.
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