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Manhattan Photograph - Downtown Manhattan Circa Nineteen Seventy Nine  by Chris Lord

Downtown Manhattan Circa Nineteen Seventy Nine is a photograph by Chris Lord which was uploaded on August 21st, 2010.

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Many thanks to LENORE SENIOR for the FEATURE in "Old Masters - Photographers And Digital Arts"

Congratulations your wonderful artwork has been featured on the Art District Homepage!

Chris Lord replied:

A huge thank you for that Pamela, it's much appreciated indeed! Cheers

Congratulations, Chris ... what a beauty!!!!!

Chris Lord replied:

Yup. Nice to see this one still sells, thanks Lois, much appreciated

Congratulations on your recent sale! L/F

Chris Lord replied:

Thank you so much Marian, cheers

Congratulations! Such a great photo!

Chris Lord replied:

Much appreciated Penny, thank you kindly, cheers

Chris! What a great artwork! Congratulations on the Sale!! L/F

Chris Lord replied:

Delighted that you like it Irina, thank you very much indeed

Congratulations on your sale, memories of what it was.

Chris Lord replied:

Yes, it pays to be old Julie! :-) I have lots of stuff going back all those years. Thank you very much

Congrats on your sale of this beautiful work!

Chris Lord replied:

Aww, thanks, Lori, that's very nice of you, cheers

Congratulations on your sale!!

Chris Lord replied:

Thank you most kindly Kathy, that's very much appreciated

Lovely capture

Chris Lord replied:

Most kind of you Tamme, thanks very much indeed

Congratulations Chris great work on it!! Amazing piece of history!! Cheers!! :D

Chris Lord replied:

Sorry for tardy response Glenn, but thanks very much all the same. Cheers

great shot Chris! I worked 3 blocks from WTC for 22 years -- will never forget "that day."

Chris Lord replied:

Very kind of you to leave a nice comment - twice! :-) Thank you doubly much, Bill. Very pleased that you escaped unscathed that awful day. Cheers

Very classy work. It says so much. Congrats on your sale.

Chris Lord replied:

That's greatly appreciated Kristalin, thank you very much indeed

Chris --great creation Chris! I was in my office on 9/11 (the building over the ferry terminal --right side of picture). That day will be with me forever.

Congrats on your sale Chris! What a wonderful vintage piece. So wonderful to see the Towers.I'll never forget the first time I went to NYC a few months after 9/11, seeing that empty skyline driving in made us all cry. This is a great tribute! L/F

Chris Lord replied:

Being an oldster is useful sometimes as it gives me a huge backlog of images to go back to. This one has been a permanent favorite of mine and has seen versions through all kinds of tech changes over the years. Happy you liked this version. Thank you. I miss these building too. I especially enjoyed going up to the open roof and spending time looking out over the city. It was so quiet and peaceful up there. I took their destruction as a personal affront. Cheers

Congrats on your sale, Chris!

Congratulations on your Art sale!

Congratulations on your sale Chris!!

Wow, a beautiful and powerful shot! VF!

Chris Lord replied:

Thanks so much Meg, that's greatly appreciated, cheers

Awesome! Congrats on your sale!!!

Chris Lord replied:

Much appreciated Lori, thank you kindly

Dynamic shot Chris.. Congrats on your sale. :))

Chris Lord replied:

One of the advantages of being an oldtimer is that you can go back to the past and resurrect things! :-) Glad you enjoyed this one Glenn, thanks very much. Cheers

Congrats, Chris. I saw your G+ post about this, and came to comment.

Chris Lord replied:

That was most kind of you Dwayne, thanks very much indeed, cheers

Congrats on your sale, Chris! Sigh!

Chris Lord replied:

Thank you Jessica. Love that wintry profile pic!

Nice shot Chris! Congratulations on your new $ale

Chris Lord replied:

Very much appreciated Jon, thank you kindly.

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