Just recently I showed you Empty San Francisco, where Photoshop nerd Ross Ching created a time lapse of iconic images of San Francisco edited to eliminate the actual people.
Well Mr. Ching should have been getting down to New York over the weekend. With Hurricane Sandy on its way, the city is practically deserted as people have left the city to return to their homes. As a result, three stations known for their immense crowds – Grand Central, Times Square and Penn Station – looked like this on October 28th:
Ching would have to barely edit these photos. He’d have an Empty New York video ready in a few days! Check out the Metropolitan Transit Authority’s Flickr for more images.
[Via All Things D]