BIRD'S EYENew York City Is Best Seen From AboveWilliam Boot11.01.15BIRD'S EYENew York City Is Best Seen From AboveThere are few photographers working today as renowned for their urban photography as George Steinmetz. Previewed here are some of his amazing photos of NYC, soon to be on exhibition.William Boot11.01.15 4:01 AM ETGeorge SteinmetzManhattan at TwilightGeorge Steinmetz's arresting images of New York City from above will be on display at the Anastasia Photo gallery in New York City from November 3–January 9, 2016. An accompanying book captures the skyline and waterfront landscape, dazzling contemporary architecture and historic buildings—along with parks and streets and rooftops. At twilight, Manhattan resembles a vast living organism with ribbons of energy pulsing through its streets and up into its hundred thousand buildings.George SteinmetzTaxis EverywhereThe taxi waiting area at John F. Kennedy airport in New York City on a spring morning. George SteinmetzTee TimeThe Golf Club driving range at Chelsea Piers in New York City on an spring afternoon. Geoorge SteinmetzWinter in MidtownRockefeller Center on a busy shopping day a week before Christmas, as seen from the roof of Saks Fifth Avenue.George SteinmetzA Night at the MoviesMoviegoers enjoying Saturday Night Fever on the lawn in Bryant Park at the HBO Bryant Park Summer Film Festival are probably not reflecting on the long history of this plot, behind the New York Public Library on West 42nd Street. In the 1820s and 1830s, it was the city’s potter’s field, which was moved to Randalls Island in 1840 and then to Hart Island. It became a park in 1847, and hosted the city’s first world’s fair six years later.