Video: It's unfair to ask me what I think are the best looking cities in the world, because when I look at New York City, I see the energy and the buzz and all the memories I've made there. Sure, the buildings are lovely and the skyline is gorgeous, but it's the feeling I get when I just look at the city that makes it spectacular. So call me a little biased. But I think even a New York City hater could appreciate the sweeping views from Mark Toia's New York Aerials. It gives the holiest of holy craps. The aerial footage shows all the most notable landmarks of Manhattan. The buildings, the bridges, the statue, the circles, the square, the grid, the park, the streets. It's fantastic.
These Stunning Aerial Views Of New York City Are The Best I've Ever Seen
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