Grand Central Station and the Chrysler Building
At one point in time, the Eiffel Tower in Paris was the tallest structure in the world. The Chrysler Building in Manhattan succeeded the Eiffel Tower, but only for a year. The Empire State Building then held the crown.
But today’s photo is more of New York’s Grand Central Station than it is of the Chrysler Building. Finding both of these structures in the same picture is not unusual, but seeing them as you see them here is. In order to get them nearly side-by-side, like this with only the Grand Hyatt in between them, I had to take three, ultra-wide lens captures and stitch them together.