miscellaneous monday

Under the construction shed 
outside the 
79th Street 
between Broadway and Amsterdam

25 comments:

  1. The Wizard of Oz had a less curvaceous and magnificent setting.


    Aloha from Spring Time in Waikiki, Dar!


    Comfort Spiral

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  2. I love this one! We have lanterns very similar to this that we hang in the yard at the cottage!

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  3. are you home yet? Cool yellow lantern, or moon if you tip a few back..

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  4. I love those lanterns. Great colors.

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  5. It's so fun to get into funny angles to get the images we want. So, did anyone look at you like you were nuts?

    Love the latest header, BTW.

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  6. Brilliant, Daryl.

    Hope you display this on Red Bubble.

    DM

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  7. That must be one spiffy construction shed. Love the shapes and colors.

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  8. Love this lantern...especially the color AND of course YOUR perspective!

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  9. Looks like every party I attended outdoors in the 8th grade.

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  10. It looks huge, or is that just the shot that makes it look like that?

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  11. At this angle, with not so much available for scale this thing looks huge. And very cool!

    Apropos of nothing at all, WTF do you suppose a "barropsy" is? (Or do I want to know?)

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  12. A beautiful, cheerful lantern. Nice shot!

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  13. Brilliant. Love that little pop of blue with the yellow.
    LOVE THIS ONE>
    V

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  14. What was it (the lantern) doing there? Neat angle.

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  15. Lovely lantern - it makes a nice bright addition to my computer desktop!

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  16. I didn't look at the 'tags', so I sat for a few minutes trying to figure out what this was (ha!) It's like looking up into a hot air balloon. Very interesting that the workers decorate while remodeling?!?

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  17. Oh wonderful perspective.. just a beautiful shot!

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  18. Such unexpected beauty from a simple subject!

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  19. A lovely study in curves and angles and yellows and blues.

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