my sky


Looking up
on
Madison Avenue
as the snow
began
to
fall


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33 comments:

  1. Moody looking sky. Love the starkness of the bare trees. Talk is that we're in for some weather here over the next couple of days. Oh boy. You haven't seen insanity like Raleigh, NC when the forecast calls for snow. *cringe* It doesn't have to actually snow, just threaten to.

    Lunacy. Pure lunacy. Could be some good photos to be had though.

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  2. Sweet! Especially with the snow effect... makes the photo pretty surreal.

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  3. I love looking up when the snow is falling!

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  4. Yes, it is a moody, but beautiful sky! Terrific photo and love your composition, Daryl! Hope you have a great weekend! Stay warm!

    Sylvia

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  5. I think snow would be the icing on my cake of life ... so to speak send me some :D

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  6. howdy there...
    i can see the snow falling...chuckle, chuckle. we had a few flurries yesterday, nothing significant though. another storm incoming tomorrow late into saturday. hoping for little to nothing myself.
    have a fab weekend. you've 2 weeks until the ladies arrive :)

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  7. Snow in NYC? Well enjoy while it's still white and fluffy! :)
    V

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  8. If I didn't know better, I'd say that tree is starting to bud already!

    You sure caught the gray moodiness of the city on a gray winter's day! Very well done, Daryl.

    Ah...just one thing: You might want to change your "avatar" or photo up on the right of your blog. In the photo you're shooting something other than a Nikon D90! ;-)

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  9. well done, and you kept your lense dry! like the snow effect in real time. hee, hee,

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  10. I always love your skies. The tree, the buildings, and the sky itself. I love New York, but especially through your lens.

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  11. Great shot and I had to laugh because I was thinking how did she catch the snow falling and keep it falling until I remembered the snow animation, duh.

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  12. That tree is so lovely and delicate looking against the sky.

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  13. Pretty! I'm inspired, now, to photograph our snow tomorrow. Here's hoping we actually get snow, and not just the ice that's falling right now. :)

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  14. Look around,

    leaves are brown,

    and the sky

    is a hazy shade of winter...

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  15. Love the perspective. The snow effect is perfect too.

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  16. Yeah. Absolutely perfect. I love the way you look up. The angles you take capture what is awesome about your city. Every time.

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  17. Beautiful sky shot through the bare branches ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  18. Ah, memories of snow flakes falling through the open moon roof of the limo as we cruise down Mad Ave....


    Aloha, Sistah Dar


    Comfort Spiral

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  19. It almost looks like a black and white photo. Great job.
    Thanks,
    jj

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  20. And the snow falling on your blog just makes it seem more real. Great piccie, sometimes we all need to just look up.

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  21. Hmmm, also grey and dull there...I'm off for some sunshine to an Aussie blog!

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  22. More snow! But your view always is appealing and easy on the eyes.
    Happy Skywatch Friday, my friend.

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  23. love your sky shot Daryl...seems ages since I have been here...sorry about that. Don't know what I have been doing...but I did tell CBW that if you had lost your sciatica, I have found it, and have it here!!

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  24. So was it taken monochromatic or did it just turn out that way? The effect is good no matter how it happened.

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