NYC’s Thanksgiving Day Parade From Above

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Brooklyn-based photographer Navid Baraty has become pretty well-known for shooting photos of New York City from high above. On Thanksgiving her caught a bird’s eye view of one of the most iconic parades in the United States, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Baraty told MyModernMet.com, “I shot them from the roof of a 30-story building along 6th Avenue at 37th Street, it was so amazing to watch the parade from above. I grew up watching the parade on Thanksgiving morning with the family and it was my first time seeing it in person. It’s crazy how small it all seemed from high above when you’re so used to seeing how giant the balloons look on TV that appear to be towering up into the buildings. It was also pretty cool to be able to see the whole line of floats and balloons coming down 6th Avenue all the way up to the southern edge of Central Park.”

Source: MyModernMet.com

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