Thursday, February 16, 2012

Wet Day in Soho

Wandering in Soho on my way to lunch with with fellow blogger and writer Sarah Laurence. She's American married to and Englishman. I'm the opposite...

Anyway, with the Hipstamatic ap Soho looks old and gritty --here Prince and Lafyette.

Spring Street when the characters in the yellow vests leapt out of their steaming tar vehicle and headed into the pizza shop.

A bicycle echoing a bicycle on the corner of Cosby Street where we once looked at an apartment.

Same place with the cobblestones looking almost Dutch.

Decided to go and lust after high end eats...

and admire all the fruit

at Dean and Deluca.



  1. Nice capture of the area!

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  2. Elizabeth, I do love Ben's. It's come to my lunchtime rescue many a time over the years. I keep thinking that one day I'll try the soup, but so far, it's always a slice to go.

    Lovely to have that quick chat with you this morning.

  3. Wonderful photos made even better with your filter effects,

  4. Oh I love New York - why don`t we do a swap for a few weeks? Love those yellow legs in the first image and how the 2 women are totally in synch and walking like Londoners and New Yorkers - FAST!

  5. Love the colour effects on these! Especially, like Annabella, the yellow leggings; and that blue coat.

  6. What fun to be walking the streets of Soho with you...well, you know what I mean! I really like the gritty effect from that app you use. Puts me in a New York frame of mind.

  7. Certainly has a wet feel to it! Lovely shots!

  8. How about a coffee table book of your N.Y. photos and then one of your Moroccan photos?

  9. You captured that wet day well but with more color than I remembered. It was so nice having lunch with you and catching up.

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