Gerald and Marc Hoberman's "New York" is an incisive book about one of the most exciting cities in the world and its people. With a flair for photography, from aerial to macro, the Hobermans took to the skies in a helicopter, and walked the length and breadth of New York to present and insightful, fresh portrait of the city. Their evocative photographs, accompanied by the original text of native New Yorker Ray Furse, show New York in all of its multi-faceted brilliance: the splendor of the city's architectural heritage, the grandeur of the Statue of Liberty, the tranquility of Central Park, and the richly ethnic tapestry of the neighborhoods. With all the boroughs represented here--Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island--there is something to marvel at with every turn of teh page. Now available in hardcover, this stunning, 36-page collection will leave the viewer mesmerized and in awe.