monochrome monday

The Demolition Depot
216 West 126 Street
is on the 'way' to LaGuardia Airport

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60 comments:

  1. that has to be an incredible store! wonderful photo :)

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  2. Looks like a very interesting stop. Great picture with perfect tones.

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  3. Another great monochrome,nice & perfect cityscape:)

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  4. Incredibly bright and sunny for a sepia.

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  5. Would I miss a Monochrome Monday at your blog, Daryl? I think not!

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  6. I was wondering what you were doing there;) I wish I were on my way to LGA right now....

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  7. I hope that one will be sold - I am a buyer right here!!!

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  8. Nice shot. I like the way the shop name is written. Nice texture.

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  9. OMG, I want those ornate gates! And I think that might be my clawfoot bathtub up there!

    Cool!

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  10. oh my...some place i would love to browse about in.
    lovely capture daryl.
    have a wonderful day.

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  11. For the name alone I shoot it, but those tones and shadows are a knockout.

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  12. even the bit of graffiti has a vintage look

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  13. Wonderful stuff to look at, I don't want to clean any of it though. :D

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  14. Looks like an architectural salvage place. I love those.

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  15. I went over to their web site and it is comforting to know their main business is reclamation. I imagine they are very pricy as nothing had a price available. If you had unlimited cash, than shopping here would be divine!

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  16. What a treasure trove! The lines and shadows really appeal to me - but then, you probably knew they would! ;)

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  17. How creative is that sign? I absolutely love it!

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  18. I very much enjoyed your blog, esp the story of the new stove and the picture of you, your mom, and your sister.

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  19. I love the lettering on the building. Cool shot!

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  20. I believe I could do some real damage at the Demolition Depot....everything old is new again!!! Do you know how hard it is to find glass doorknobs??? GAH!

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  21. Clever, clever sign; clever, clever you! (Oh, those streetlamps--where's Gene Kelly when you need him?)

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  22. Just. Plain. Awesome. You catch the coolest shots, Daryl!

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  23. I'd be in there in a flash! I love places like that Daryl.

    Have you ever been inside?

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  24. Nice! I had a favorite architectural salvage place in Kansas City, but it's sadly too far of a drive now!

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  25. does this place have neat things you'd like to take home?

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  26. Cool shot. Looks like the kind of place that would draw me in for a closer look. :-)

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  27. I would just love to spend a few hours in that store. I already saw some things I want just sitting outside!

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  28. Great shot! Really like the tones and light in the photo.

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  29. Well, this is monochromially magnificent. What in the world is a Demolition Depot? Do they blow up bombs. Old movies? Old politicians?

    By the way, I don't think "monochromially" is a real word.

    Should be, though.

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  30. This is a real teaser...lol
    I would LOVE to see more in there....:-/
    Great mono image...

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  31. Great shot of great letters. I wish it was a little closer so that I could take a peek inside.

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  32. That sign is wicked, I love the lettering. And your header is looking blumming marvellous dear. x

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  33. Great signage. Someone there has an eye for details.

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  34. Love the sign in sepia. And it looks a very interesting place. Bound to be bargains galore in there!

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  35. Now that is one interesting shot with the cool sign and the light.
    Joyce

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  36. I don't need to go in the store; I just need the sign over my front door. Good one!

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  37. Just from seeing your beautiful shot of the outside, I want to go inside! Looks so intriguing.

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  38. Oooo! What a cool place! Someday I'll come visit and I'll want to see ALL of the places you photograph. And eat hot dogs. 'K?

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  39. Love that fantastic grill or door or whatever it was. I would love to have that as a headboard for my bed or as an art piece over the fireplace.

    Thanks for the nice welcome back.

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  40. What a treasure trove! Wish I could visit...

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    Summer Stock Sunday starts May 31st - come check it out!

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  41. I'm assuming they specialize in salvage fixtures and such, right? I need to stay out of places like that. They give me ideas. Usually expensive ones.

    But I can't shop at a photograph... not even one this good!

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  42. how beautiful! love the way the letters are built.

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  43. I really like this in sepia, Daryl. It'd be tons of fun to poke around this place, I think.

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  44. I don't know where this place is, but I must go there one day. I can feel it calling me. Not a bad picture either, my friend.

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  45. What a fantastic building and the picture is so interesting, so many details to look at!

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  46. What wonderful light you captured here. Nice one.

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  47. Betcha you can get some beautiful antiques there, Daryl! :)

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  48. What a terrific image! I really love your Wordless Wednesday too - both excellent!

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