and sometimes other places
I like the building with the tarps. It looks like a building snuggling under a blanket.
That's a curious looking building. I'm not sure if I like it, and at the same time I don't dislike it. It's just very odd. I do like the tarps! Gorgeous looking park! It's probably a very famous park but you'll have to excuse my ignorance for not knowing which one. Hope you enjoy the rest of your weekend Elizabeth :)
lovely Elizabeth! I like how the tarp blends in with the sky too.
Lovely Sunday morning stroll through the city.
Always find it fun to visit with you and your pictures.It reminds me of a time, when I lived there.They are great..Good job. Happy SSS.
Decay is one of the beautiful secrets of life :)Haha, I sound like a drunken philospher :))))
I like the second photo. Something interesting about the open door and the closed door. I want to know what is behind door number 8!
Nice take on the old/new doors .. Revel was a lovely surprise .. I thoroughly enjoyed sitting in that corner in the sun ... with you!
I love the last one....
that second from the top one looks like there is a giant distorted smiley face in the shadows on the glass door to the right. Did anyone else see that?
I like the geometric lines in the first photo and the cool morning feeling of the last-where dod you take that one?
Looks as though it is all warming up for our arrival!I will make contact later in the week when I have reviewed our schedule. Thanks for the e mail.
Lovely shots as always :)
I love all your "city" shots! Lovely park, beautiful buildings, colors! Well, I like NYC -- period!
I love the paradox of old against new--great doors!
These are all very interesting shots of NYC - great shadows!
Nice Sunday pics....Barb
Spring Light - a very good thing - love the last two shots!
That is a strange looking building and talking of Christo - my trip to NY was (mildy) ruined by his orange curtains through Central Park. We'd splashed out on a high level room at the Ritz and looking out every day was like looking at a selection of shower curtains.Of course it just meant that we promised ourselves we'd return and see the park au naturel. One day - hopefully on my next 'big' birthday
That soft morning light is enchanting...Spring light is so delightful, and a great accessory for the artist. :o) That last photo has me wanting to stroll along there too...The photo of building & tarp is terrific--nice take of contrasts there. Always fun to see what's happening through your lens. :o) Happy week, Elizabeth ((HUGS))
The 23rd street pic stunning.
Artistically billowing blue tarps - I love it!
I look forward to hearing from you!