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Something New, Something Old: The TKTS Booth has brought new life to Times Square. The absence of cars, however, just might rob it from photographs. (Paúl Rivera/Archphoto

Something New, Something Old: The TKTS Booth has brought new life to Times Square. The absence of cars, however, just might rob it from photographs. (Paúl Rivera/Archphoto)

Today we got an email from the fine folks at Archphoto announcing that one of its trio of photographers, Paúl Rivera, has been featured in the current issue of the Japanese architecture magazine, A+U. The featured work was of the MASterworks award-winning TKTS Booth, including the above photo. In addition to being an unexpected and breathtaking view of the structure and surrounding environs, it made us realize something we hadn’t yet about the much-talked about closure of Broadway in the square: While all those cars whizzing by may have been a pedestrian and congestion nightmare, they sure brought wonderful life to the countless photos that have come to define the Crossroads of the World.

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