my sky

Columbus Circle in late March looking north slightly askew


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31 comments:

  1. hah...turned my head to get the full effect :)
    nice capture.
    it is raining like cats/dogs right now here.

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  2. A fascinating angle - sharp and clear. I liked it very much.

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  3. I feel like I'm a ball rolling around. Cool shot and beautiful sky.

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  4. Whoa, almost eskewed off my chair I had to grab my desk. This is fantastic, love this one too.

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  5. Finally worked out what the 'Bus Stops' reference was all about! lol
    I thought that perhaps you were way beyond Feedback. Perhaps it's a cultural difference I thought- big city versus rural Australian town mentality.
    Soooo glad I found you on someone else's Blog Roll.
    Loved the angle of the pic BTW.
    You Bloggers have really inspired me. I'm taking a 65 year old girlfriend off to Dubbo today- even further west and north of Sydney. I've charged up the camera battery and I'll be looking for shots. Might even take a knitted cupcake or two!
    Thank you.

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  6. dang, you got talent! nice shot and you are an acrobat too!

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  7. It's a very nice shot of Columbus Circle. The only problem, of course, is that I won't be able to straighten up this week and my bill at the chiropractor was a bit high...but hey, we've all got to do our part in this photographic enterprise. Right?

    ;-))

    Maybe I should tell the hubby to straighten you out! Hah!

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  8. Daryl: A shot I wouldn't think of taking. It came out rally neat. I guess I will have to rethink my angles.

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  9. are you shootin' from the hip again! or were you being accosted by a street mime!? ;)

    love it!

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  10. Hi there Dar
    Love the angle and the over effect it gives to this fine view. Nice to have seen your name pop up today.. I try to visit many folks but my time blogging is not as much as it used to be.. never the less I still get a buzz out of it at times.
    Hope this finds you well.
    Tom
    Pictures & Words & Wiggers World

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  11. The angle is contributing to my vertigo but it is an interesting angle and makes the shot interesting. Since you shot it in March the sky looks like summer, so blue and clear.
    Joyce

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  12. It always cracks me up when that happens - I look at a picture, a phrase forms in my mind, then I read what you've written. the phrase this time was "slightly askew". And there it is. You said it first. I do like the photo very much.

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  13. Captivating angle and I'm a bit dizzy but appreciate. Cool shot, D!

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  14. fantastic composition!!!!!

    creatively exceptional!

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  15. Oh, that is an interesting shot! I feel a little like Carver =)

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  16. Without doubt, an unusual angle. Made me work for my glimpse of the sky......and I'm sure I heard something in my neck go 'click'!

    I seem to have a lot more creaking and clicking body parts these days! Go easy on me next week.

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  17. I love the angle and the view. And the place. Thanks for taking me there.

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  18. Lovely shot and angle, Daryl.
    Happy weekend.

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  19. I love this... even if it does make me feel like I'm in The Wizard of Oz.

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  20. I love the angle. I never think of taking a shot like that, my son on the other hand is always taking shots at different angles.

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