Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Wild Nights




Stormy skies and a plane.
Yesterday 8pm



Because of the endless rainy weather,
 there have been super clouds at night.


My little camera is unsophisticated
 and the dog is pulling on his lead.



The trees between the buildings are in full leaf.

29 comments:

  1. LOVE these wild piccies! and the ones of busy happy people in NYC...! lovely lovely as always...takes me to another beautiful world...X janelle

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  2. The amazing clouds are one good thing about this weather. Or rather, the one good thing. ;-)

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  3. The Buster effect is fabulous!!

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  4. Amazing pics! Sorry to hear it's raining there. Unusually, here it is hot and sunny (perhaps I shouldn't have said that, it's bound to change now!)

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  5. love these indeed.
    look up! there's blue sky ! oops, that was five minutes ago. nevermind.

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  6. Very nice photographs - and I wish we had some of your rain. We won't see a drop until Sept. or Oct. at the soonest.

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  7. "The Buster Effect", says Willow....ha!

    Love the way those shots turned out though!

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  8. Aren't the "dog pulling on the leash photos" the greatest?! :-). Love your shots, it's my window into NYC after moving South!

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  9. It is nice that Buster helps you with special effects. Very cool series!

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  10. That first shot is a true keeper!

    Tell that silly Buster he has to behave you have blog readers who need to see what you see!

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  11. For a moment, I wondered how you got those great effects. Heh. I must borrow a dog one of these days, and go for a photo walk. Those shots are cool.

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  12. Wow, if those are taken with a playful Buster pulling at your camera arm, well Elizabeth I am very impressed. They are so atmospheric.

    I've decided to leave 'Vindication' for when I've finished my next book (letters from John Murray the publisher to his client Lord Byron) and the next one after that will be the Byatt I blogged about. So, at the rate I read, we're looking at the end of the year for learning about MW :). (I race through shlock fiction but savour 'good' books and read them very slowly)

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  13. Buster is such a little helper- these shots are wonderful!

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  14. In my reader was your NY sky post followed by Marie's over here...
    http://66squarefeet.blogspot.com/2009/06/torn-up-sky.html

    It looks like quite the sky!

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  15. it was a dark and stormy night, suddenly the lights went out while upstairs the maid was ...

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  16. WOW...these are wild, Elizabeth! Looks almost like fireworks. Buster is a great addition to your already great photography skills... I suspect he knows more than we do... ;o) Happy Day ((HUGS))

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  17. I like Buster's contribution. The light streaming from the windows carries the feeling often experienced on an urban night that the spirit of the life within the walls streams forth and exercises some non-corporeal influence in the city.

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  18. The last three move in a dream, getting progressively dreamlike.
    Thank you, unsophisticated camera and dog!

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  19. I agree. The 'Buster effect' does add a magical feel to these photos!

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  20. your little camera created magic!

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  21. I absolutely LOVE these! HA!

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  22. These are beautifully topsy-turvy -- a world all runny and off-kilter. Must be so, when it is raining in NYC and hot and sunny in England!

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  23. Whouaaah! Wild pic indeed! The first one is my favorite, autumn in summer?

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  24. *Applause* Love your art photos.
    Wow, i felt the city nigh cloud-sky in my sinuses...........mind expanding sky.

    aloha

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  25. What an amazing set of pictures...honestly, I was expecting something 'wilder' hehe...your caption caught my attention...thinking that you're going to some pole dancing party etc..ok, ok, I've just started work and not drank coffee, so do excuse the crazy commenting or rambling :P

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  26. You and Buster did good! Is he your new assistant?

    xox
    Constance

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  27. that first picture is truly stunning. i made paintings for a while of planes up in the sky.

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