sign posts

On West 14th 
between 
Ninth & Tenth 
Avenues

26 comments:

  1. It actually reminds me of a scene from SATC....one of the apartments that Samantha lived in...I think it was in the Meat Packing District!

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  2. What a fantastic looking building..
    Is it still a meat packers or has
    it been changed to apts and clubs ??

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  3. Next time I come to NYC, I must walk around with you. We shoot very similar things; fire escapes, signs, old facades; NYC is such a paradise.

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  4. Love those signs - wonder how old they and this place are.

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  5. bleached out brick, I love the way that looks

    you had 2 posts in this week's POTW
    well done!!

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  6. I just want to go in that apartment on the third floor....

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  7. Getting their name out, from all vantage points.

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  8. I'm not sure I would venture out onto the balconies. I wouldn't want to be 'grist for the mill,' if you get my drift.

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  9. Looks like it's been spiffed up some. Love that old sign.

    Bon weekend!
    V

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  10. Neat, Daryl - and «Louis» sees that the sign bears the 'dedelstein' Seal of Approval.

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  11. I love the two generations of signs here. Speaks to the longevity--of human appetite.

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  12. I bet those building have stories to tell. The signs are interesting, each very different.

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  13. Old buildings, peeling paint, iron work, faded old signs...these are a few of my favorite things...so love this shot!

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  14. cool building...love the look of old buildings downtown...so much character...

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  15. I love old, dilapidated buildings like that...and the fire escapes only add to the goodness!

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  16. You'd better get cracking before they start packing you up!

    Very nice job, Daryl. Great lines and colors and textures!

    And how do you know so much about little kid's toys? ;-)

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  17. Yeah, this is my kinda shot. Urban grit. There's something elemental in scenes like this that is just inescapable.

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  18. I love old signs.
    & I am in love with that someone who let you take their photo (on twitpic) too!

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  19. 'SHIN' meats??? WTF are shin meats?
    Blech. [cool picture, though... :)]

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  20. There is something about old brick buildings that I find comforting. Love the signage. Oh, if only these walls could talk...

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