Sunday, May 6, 2012

Chelsea Walk



Our daughter  Claudia is visiting from London and took these  pictures in Chelsea yesterday afternoon. The Shrigley poster that everyone thinks was written specifically for them.....


a cyclist


the back of Chelsea Market


the Richard Meier Building


and a distant view of New Jersey.



14 comments:

Majoros László said...

Good photos! I see that streets are very bad condition there too :)
Have a nice Sunday!

moonstruckcreations said...

very atomospheric photos. Whenever I think of New Jersey I always think of the TV show The Sopranos!!

Helenxx

eb said...

can't wait to see you ewix darling...

xox - eb.

angryparsnip said...

I am running out of words to say...
That I look forward to your post with the wonderful photos.
You and your daughter have such a great eye.

cheers, parsnip

rooth said...

Yes, I feel like those quotes apply to me too. Thanks for including it in your pictures

Leenie said...

I especially like all the stripes and lines in your bike-street photo. Your retro effects are just perfect.

Frances said...

Bravo, Claudia!

Crazy busy now or I would write much more praise.

xo

Paz said...

Lovely photos! I first learned about the Richard Meier Building on the t.v. show Millionaire's Listing.

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

That poster made me smile. Of course everyone thinks it was done with them in mind! Universal feeling for us all at times, no?

Your last post has made me long for a fascinator!! Must get one!

toomuchaugust said...

at once i ask for more and yet, i am entirely satisfied going through your posts. thank you!

sherry

Sara said...

Interesting how we all feel that way at times and believe that we are the only ones. I enjoyed the views of Chelsea through Claudia's lens.

Eryl said...

Wonderful building, and I love the last photo. That poster was obviously written with me in mind!

aguja said...

Elizabeth, I award you 'The Beautiful Blogger Award' for sharing the intimacies of New York through your photographic posts. I have never been there, but fell that I know it, in part. You may accept or reject this award. Look at my blog post to see what you have to do.
Congratulations!

aguja said...

That last photograph is amazing!