thursday in the hood - windows

Okay technically its a balcony.
And no, its not in Italy.
Its on West End Avenue
between 85th & 86th Streets

35 comments:

  1. So pretty! I love flower pots on windows, I mean, balconies.

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  2. That's some fancy lanai you got there, Sistah! Think I see some spirals too ;-]
    Great shot, Daryl


    Comfort Spiral

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  3. Such a happy photo...I definitely needed to ee something like this to make me feel better...which I am by the way.

    Pink and Green is my favorite color combination.

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  4. I can't believe those are geraniums! Love the angle of the shot and the stone balcony - very strong pictorially, anyway.

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  5. Good Lord! I do love the architecture in New York City!!!!!!

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  6. beautifully composed highlighting that bright spot!

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  7. Three perfect little flower pots/one imperfect crack. Warm/cold. Colour-saturated/colour-tinged. Great shot.

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  8. Yes, it really feels like Italy, doesn't it? Nice colouring in the photo.

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  9. I love it! I need to get your Texas package to you but I feel like it needs something else. Hopefully I will find something on Saturday.

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  10. Hmmmn, maybe it's the untrusting nature I have, but it looks like a stray gust of wind could easily crash those pots onto someone's head! Well spotted and framed - this photo could be used as evidence should anyone so desire it (grin)..

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  11. "There is a crack...a crack...in everything..." --Leonard Cohen

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  12. Wonderfully composed and beautifully executed. Isn't zoom da bomb?

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  13. It could be in Italy, for sure. Great catch D. And the crack really adds character (even if it takes away structural integrity).

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  14. How pretty! So nice to see flowers in the morning, especially since we've inherited all your rain.

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  15. every time I stop by here I think that maybe my trip southish is not what I want to do for a fall trip.. I may want to explore above the Mason Dixon Line for a change...

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  16. well a balcony is a really big window to the street

    very pretty

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  17. I've always been amazed at how someone's patch of color brightens others worlds a thousand fold..sk

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  18. In NYC, that should count as a balcony...beautiful;)

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  19. Love the shot of warm colour amongst all the imposing stone work.

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  20. I can't even grow flowers...not enough sun

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  21. Just lovely!! That shot would make a great card!

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  22. I love this. Nice hood!
    V
    PS Thanks for leaving Jeni a comment! How sweet of you.

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  23. Those are lovely flowers on the balcony. Charming.

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  24. Hydrangeas (thanks to Lily Hydrangea I spelled that correctly) are so pretty - especially on that balcony.

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  25. There is something wonderfully romantic about a balcony with flowers on it.

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  26. You always manage to find the quiet beauty in The City that Never Sleeps...perfect shot!

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  27. There is no way I could EVER get those flowers to grow in a pot. It just takes my breath away that someone can take the time to do that with such pretty results. And it's so pretty against the stonework.

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  28. Having email issues (DAMN!), thus writing here

    Look at those leaves - definitely, most certainly, positively hydrangea - I will bet you a lunch at that wonderful restaurant we went to in NYC - or better yet, one of our fine restaurants out here in the 'burbs - that those are hydrangea. And the flowers are definitely hydrangea.

    Of course, I could be wrong. :-)

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