Shadow Shot Sunday is hosted by the energetic and thoughtful Tracy of Heyharriet.
Lo and behold the Meatpacking District is now trendy but retains a little of its original grittiness.
However it has been taken over by hardbodies and people who loom godlike above us.
Even convinience stores have cool atmospher of New York City.ReplyDelete
Cool shadows everywhere :D Hope you'll have a good Sunday as we ente into Monday soon.ReplyDelete
Mysterious indeed. What are hardbodies? They sound ominous! I might have a go at the shadow Sunday next week-yet another great idea!ReplyDelete
My cup is up by the way!
Have a good week.
So what were you doing there? I assume not packing meat. Those posters are a strong presence, are they all handsome young men? I enjoyed the shadows, too.ReplyDelete
By the way, I left some information for you over at Oasis after your second comment on your interview with me.(Cultural stuff) Please stop by to retrieve it. :-)ReplyDelete
Sarah: hardbodies are people who go to the gym a lot and who have 'abs' and 'pecs' and things that one reads about but has no personal knowledge of........ReplyDelete
Cynthia: No we were visiting a new hotel and having a drink there.
Is fun to observe (godlike?) from above. What you could capture with a telephoto lens!ReplyDelete
Love that last noir shot!!! Really nice.ReplyDelete
The birds eye view really adds to the atmosphere of these images...ReplyDelete
Great shadows. Love the last photo, R.ReplyDelete
It is funny how different things look in the shadow and from above..ReplyDelete
Good pictures..Happy SSS..
I love these night shots, so cool.ReplyDelete
Night shots are the most intriguing- my camera won't allow it- Love your photos! and that Hardbody...hope he is not too attached to it...time and wear, you understand...ReplyDelete
The pictures are cool, they remind me of the settings of computer games!ReplyDelete
Hardbody - a new word for me :)
Have a nice week and thanks for your visit!
Lovely photo R!ReplyDelete
The angle of the shots means that they all have a real sense of mystery. Liked them.ReplyDelete
Your comment about "hardbodies" to Sarah - so funny!ReplyDelete
That shot of R's is so film noir! It makes me wonder about the dark stranger . . . where he is going, and where he has been.
Elizabeth, I love these shots taken from high above the street level!ReplyDelete
I put a new link with the fabric picture (while doing so I found that the post I linked to has a link to Marrakesh, coincidentally! *g*). If you scroll down the doors, you'll find a photo of the fabric store's exterior.
Observing from above lets you find some great shadows.ReplyDelete
Hardbody ... mmm ... nice.ReplyDelete
I love these images, Elizabeth. They make me think of tilt-shift photography.ReplyDelete
Gosh these shots are really cool Elizabeth. Love those top and bottom ones in particular. One gets a whole different perspective from above n'est-ce pas?ReplyDelete
As always I see these pictures of NY and think, have I been there...did I see it as she did? Mostly yes.
Great to have our city above freezing today, and to see the delicate snow flakes coincide with sundown this evening.
Will you be posting more of R's photos? Is he using your camera? With his own eye?
I agree viewing from above is a great perspective!ReplyDelete
Those are wonderful shots of shadowed New York!ReplyDelete
Hardbodies...meat packing district...your life is very exciting! Love all the cool shadows in these and the colours are just so wonderful. Such a softness to the colours to many of your photos I've noticed lately. They're Delicious!ReplyDelete
Much love from the 'energetic & thoughtful' one ;D You are very kind! xo
The first and last are my favourites, the last is poetic.ReplyDelete
What a great idea he Shadow Sunday thing.
Great night shadows. The last one looks just like a spooky moment in a movie ;DReplyDelete
please, take some photos in central park with snow!!!ReplyDelete
show´us the snow, pleaseeeee!!!
great shots, Elizabeth...ReplyDelete
I love that last picture! It reminds me a little of that famous painting of the few folks sitting inside a diner at night time... do you know the one I mean?... only better, lol.ReplyDelete