thursday in the hood

South Ferry Subway station on the Broadway IRT line

34 comments:

  1. I love this one. It's especially suited to black and white.

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  2. where is everyone ?? No one to walk thru your shot.. I know you liked that.. I do too !!

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  3. Oooo. That is very cool. How do you think it would look on the walls of my living room?

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  4. Wonderful perspective Daryl...Hilary is right~the green makes it pop!
    xoxox

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  5. lets pull up some chairs, have a cup and chat. Okay, u did say subway...so maybe not.

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  6. I love bare branches so this is really pretty to me

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  7. That is so cool, from the icon piccie in my blog roll it looked like a long window!

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  8. Great shot Daryl! Do you have a new camera? Your shots seem so professional lately. Makes me think I need to get a new (decent) camera soon... You know. As if I'm worthy of a new camera, LOL!

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  9. Incredible. Look at all the lines. This is one that I could stare at - it's like a kaleidoscope of lines and shapes.

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  10. That is gorgeous! I'm such a sucker for bare trees... Very nice shot too, the angle is very cool.

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  11. That's very artistic! The subways in London are full of graffitti, though sometimes that can be artistic too. :)

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  12. Now that is a scene it is absolutely worth taking the subway to see! Gorgeous; thank you.

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  13. Love the subway shots. I'm a big fan of the NYC subway and elevated, as you know.

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  14. It too me a nano second to realize it wasn't a shadow! Fantastic!

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  15. Hey! That's what I see out my window! Looks much better on a subway wall!

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  16. What a lovely mural. I didn't know that NYC offered subway art of this kind. I've always love the subways in Pittsburgh,and all the flowers for sale in subways in Budapest. This surprises me in NY. I guess I never rode them in NY.

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  17. I came to your site from Word Garden. I've been looking through your photographs and thoroughly enjoying them.

    I also discovered that we are both Michael Connelly fans:~)

    I enjoyed my visit!

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  18. This is quite beautiful. Excellent composition!

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  19. So the tiles themselves are really curved?

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  20. Ya made «Louis» look, but he found it, 'dedelstein'!
    ;-)

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  21. Fantastic!

    Btw, your orgnizational skills blew me away. A picture could be in more than one file... Brilliant! Anal... yet brilliant! Kudos!

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  22. I love this mural. It's so inviting to me. I guess because I love trees.

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  23. When I saw the thumbnail of this on Facebook, I thought it was the Guggenheim. Very cool.

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  24. Ok, now this is really cool. Lucky there were no people walking by.

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