July 22 was the hottest day in New York City since 1977. It was still 100 degrees until 10:00 at night, and if you poked your head out the window nobody was outside. Earlier in the day, looking north, I shot this view from atop of the Empire State Building with the Hudson River to the left and the East River to the right.
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