During my working days in New York City, I passed through Grand Central Terminal as a hurried commuter trying to get home at a reasonable hour. There were no thoughts of stopping and taking photos, as there was usually a train to catch for my almost three-hour commute (thank God I didn't commute there every day).
When I had the opportunity to spend a half day to shoot the Terminal, I finally appreciated how wonderful the building is. In every direction that I looked, I saw compositions that I never noticed when I commuted. Whether it's the chandeliers hanging from the ceilings, the murals on the walls and ceilings, or just the stonework, it is a great photographic destination.
This photo was taken from one of the many ramps that lead to the main terminal and train tracks.