thursday in the hood

721 Fifth Avenue at E. 58th Street

20 comments:

  1. Great shot... but you can call me
    dizzy ..that trumps our little
    three story towers here.

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  2. Love the reflection and the trees. I always make a little game, too, of finding your oft-hidden name... :)

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  3. Wow - love how the trees ascend and love the lines.

    wv: clacco. The wheels on a choo choo go clickey clacco; clickety clacco.

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  4. Very nice composition, but I have often wondered if The Donald's Towers are the same to his ego, as long nosed E-type Jag sports cars are to other men!

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  5. I love architectural photography. I really like the angle you took it in. So unusual to have trees at each level like that.

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  6. I love this one! Love the reflection!! Glad that I don't work in a very tall building anymore...HEY! I found your name!!

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  7. Interesting perspective and very geometrically symmetric.;) Beautiful image.;)
    Thank you so much for stopping by and for your kind comment,
    xo

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  8. The man knows how to build a great palce to live! Love the reflection of the trees.

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  9. thank God he at least put trees on this building!
    Cool perspective Daryl.

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  10. Another incredible feat of architecture.

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  11. Question: How did 'dedelstein' get waaaaayyyy up there?

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  12. I love how you captured the reflection.

    I'm sorry to hear about your friend in the next post and will send out good thoughts and prayers for her.

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  13. all the lines and angles!!
    and reflections

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  14. Dazzling image of a place I once entered to look for "facilities." The facilities were quite nice, by the way.

    And while we're looking at buildings, I posted about the Belgrade graffiti artist who paints like me. Thanks to you and Bibi for drawing my attention to that.

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  15. I will keep your friend in my prayers for better health.
    Joyce

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