New York's Grand Central Station has always been a favorite place to photograph. But after 9/11, it was touch and go in many public buildings like this in terms of simply taking a picture. Officials were jittery about he 'wrong element' taking photos for use in terrorist activity. Of course, since its hard to tell who might be a bad person, that meant everybody was under suspicion. Things are sure different these days. It seems everyone has a camera in some form or another and people are snapping away at the NY landmarks.