my sky

Trinity Church
(as seen through its wrought iron fence)
lower Manhattan
Broadway
read about it here


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50 comments:

  1. Excellent, dizzying view! I'd love to spend time visiting inside too.
    [p.s. Hope kitty is home by now and doing well?]

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  2. Oh sweet! Love how you framed the steeple with the bars of the... whatever that is. Marvelous!

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  3. Perfect capture, Daryl! Love your composition! Super! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  4. whoa!! that is making me giddy...that is a fabulous shot, love the iron bars this give sit context, realism and a frame of sorts....

    clever thing you!!!


    saz x

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  5. love this daryl! so, do you have any big birthday plans?

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  6. That beautiful! Did you play with the color or is that life-like? It's gorgeous - love the looking up!

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  7. That beautiful??? That'S beautiful. Dang!!

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  8. You've done it again! Another amazing shot. Looking forward to next weeks already xo

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  9. There is nothing better than NewYork architecture. Great pic.

    All the best
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

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  10. Gorgeous! Nice use of photo editing software to create this marvellous piece.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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

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  11. Love the framing and the angle, and the new header, and all of it, but most of all I love the "say gruyere" tagline - cracked me right up.

    Smooch!

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  12. Oh I KNEW it was Trinity before the caption emerged! Lovely pewter shot, Daryl. And 15 comments in an hour!!

    You rock! Howz da promo going, eh?

    Warm Aloha, Friend!


    Comfort Spiral

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  13. An unusual angle for this oft photographed church. Great shot.

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  14. I love New York City. One never runs out of images to capture. Ah a creative touch.

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  15. That's a great shot! I love the perspective of looking through the fence posts.

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  16. I will need to go into the files for a SkyWatch. We've had nothing but drear and fog since we've been back from doin' the Grandma thing.

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  17. Now that's a big ole BRAVO girl!!!
    I want to photograph that church!
    V

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  18. Okay, now I've got to go to the chiropractor tomorrow to get my neck put back in place!

    Sheesh!

    That's about straight up...and it's very nice photo!

    Leave it to the Whiskeypalians to point you to heaven!

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  19. It's a perfect tribute to height and long, vertical lines...up to and including the WHITE STREAKS, presumably from a jet, in the sky. Incredible.

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  20. A truly amazing shot from the big city.

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  21. A strange and amazing place. A beautifully framed architectural confection.

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  22. Great composition.
    I know, not very original, but I am speechless.

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  23. Great photo. I love the way the wrought fence posts seem to mimic the spire of the church. Really good eye to have captured that!

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  24. Ooooo. Good one, Daryl! My son's office building is right behind there.
    Love this shot.

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  25. Superb framing!
    Did you use one of the new lenses 'Toonman bought you?
    He did buy both of them for you, didn't he?

    Anyone who can get an iBook to French Fry itself OWES his spouse 2 lenses...

    hee hee
    (You thought «Louis» had forgotten about 'Toonman getting the iBook to Kevorkian itself, didn't you?!)

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  26. Great shot, very nice architecture here, well done!!

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  27. stunning!

    incredible perspective

    breathtaking

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  28. shooting through the fence=wonderful. I love the architecture of the church.

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  29. Oh, I love this shot Daryl! Very nice perspective...Did you enhance a little?

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  30. I've always been intrigued by the old gothic look of that place.It actually has a pretty scary look about it, but I admire it much.
    Never been inside, but would love to have a roam around in it once.

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  31. I did have to sit back for this one... made me dizzy ... great capture as always...

    Did I miss something.... like an
    upcoming birthday ????

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  32. I ALWAYS love your skies! Oh, and I'm sending you a special *goodie* for your birthday, my friend. It's something I found online & said to myself" "OMG! This is so Daryl!"

    ;-)

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  33. Great timing as you were able to catch the jet streams in the sky...

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  34. A very different shot from the ones you usually get to see! I love the angle in which you've shot it..


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  35. Such intriguing architecture. I've never lived near any really cool architecture.

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