my sky

Looking east on West 80th Street



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36 comments:

  1. I've always thought the fire escapes look wonderful but I would have a fit of the vapours if I had to climb down one!

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  2. Yea, they sure make it look easy in the movies to just jump from level to level. Greatly composed shot and neat looking building.

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  3. Excellent view Daryl.. I have a local shot as well this week...

    Janes 'Facebooking' at the moment and I'm blogging... it as got to be the quietest time of the week... now a sound or word between us only the tap tap tapping of keyboards.... ha!

    All the best and have a great week ahead.
    Tom
    Wiggers World

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  4. Hey, you mean it not easy to jump form level to level?
    This is great, I love the color contrast the sky just pops!

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  5. Oh, I always love your New York skies and buildings/street views -- not sure I'm ready to jump from level to level though!

    Enjoy your weekend, Daryl!

    Sylvia

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  6. What a beautiful sky and I love the fire escapes which show as well as the old building showing it's classic lines on the right.

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  7. Oh, I sure do like that view. I really enjoy the pattern the lines of the features of the building make. Super shot.

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  8. Love that view, Daryl. You almost make me wish I lived in the city...almost. ;-)

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  9. I never had a problem with fire escapes. Had to climb off oneinto a window when I was about 12.

    Your photo is superb. Great colors! Especially the sky.

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  10. Incredible perspective of that amazing sky! Brilliant color and light!

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  11. Did you post late today or did I get up really early?

    Love the clarity of the sky!

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  12. Did you post late today or did I get up really early?

    Love the clarity of the sky!

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  13. Daryl, this is a great perspective on the fire escape and the clouds are beautiful.

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  14. What a gorgeous fall day - I hope you had a good long time outside to enjoy it.

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  15. Very nice clear weather you have there. The facade of the building on the right is beautiful.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  16. Not just a nice sky, I love that window too! Great catch!

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  17. hello ms. daryl...this is a fab shot. the sky looks so perfect against the brick buildings.
    have a good evening.

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  18. That is some serious blue sky! Haven't seen much of that around here lately.

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  19. Escaping to the sky...and what a sky! Just beautiful. I like the fire escapes, too...their color helps set off that glorious blue!

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  20. Well blue skies over the BIg Apple. Nice..... maybe a good weekend in store? Can't wait to see your pics.
    V

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  21. I love these kind of skies, and really like the urban grit of the building and fire escapes contrasting off them

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  22. I love the bay window right next door to the fire escapes, nice contrasts.

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  23. Wonderful photo, reminds me of SF. Some cities have great charm!
    Spirithelpers

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  24. the lines of the fire escapes mixed with the round facade are perfect

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  25. Looks like it could be San Francisco, especially with that blue sky punctuated by the pure white clouds...

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  26. Love the contrasting views and that bright blue sky. Have a lovely weekend! [we have snow meh]

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  27. Yes, I was thinking SF too, except that the sun is shining... :-)

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  28. I want that bay window!!! (What happened to the blue sky?)

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  29. That's funny... your sky looks just as blue as West Texas today, which means someone lied to me. The bluest skies aren't just in Texas, LOL!

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  30. Your sky...and mine, Daryl! I do Looking at the Sky on Friday! :)

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