The Grand Central Terminal is popular for its Beaux Arts architecture work, light streaming via cathedral windows, a lofty ceiling as well as the popular, 4-faced clock on a golden base. It is a tourist magnet, a well known historic landmark and a working train terminal along with thousands of people streaming through daily.
It is also common, these days, to see grooms and brides there, decked out in full wedding regalia: flowing gowns, bridesmaids, groomsmen and bouquets as well as photographers. Karen Bussen, a New York based photographer, told that this is that juxtaposition of a moment of romance against the hustle and bustle.
Karen added that a lot of the couples taking wedding snaps at the Grand Central have no personal link to this. They are dropping their love story into this iconic place that lends romance and a larger sense of history. Continue reading →