This was my first time on the Top of The Rock, which is the topmost floor/observation point of 30 Rockefeller Plaza.
I had my Fuji GS645S 6X4.5 medium format rangefinder camera loaded with fresh Fuji Provia 100F. This was also my first time with slide film, and although I was aware of the fact that bright sunny conditions warrant for something with a much wider dynamic range, like negative film (eg. Portra 400), I still went ahead as this was the only other film I had at hand then (apart from the now becoming rare Fuji Acros 100).
Most of this roll was spent on views of Central park, the Empire State building - but I am mainly a "people photographer" and just could not pass this scene.
Later when I got back the film scans, I realized that there were exactly 6 girls, looking out in amazement, and this reminded me of the action/thriller movie "What happened to Monday" where the 6 sisters go out searching for their seventh sister Monday. One of the girls here is on crutches which adds to the context of the title!
Also, to me, the tall towering building that stands out in the background adds an interesting geometric aesthetic.