A beautiful fall day in January!
leaves...still?I thought only my oak trees did that, holding on to a few until spring.
beautiful perspective! ~ Jo's Precious Thoughts ~
That is one FANTASTIC capture!!Mine's up as well, today it looks at the 'Queensland Flooding'Have a great WW!AussiePomm
art mimics nature? Beautiful!
wonderful! Love all the wrought iron in your pictures:)
Absolutely beautiful!!! Happy WW!
All our trees are bald headed. Must be the end of fall that this photograph was taken. Or not. Great capture.Have a terrific WW. :)Wordless Wednesday
I love this pic!
I just love your perspective Daryl!!
Meant to ask you...how's the snow in the city these days? We are getting it here beginning tonight...and we still have several inches on the ground...but I think you guys really got hammered with the last storm!!
composition, focus, perfection!Aloha from WaikikiComfort Spiral><}}(°><°)}}><
Soon to be covered with white again.
Very pretty. Love the brick, the wood, the iron, the berries, the leaves!
Reminds me of one of those spooky films where the camera slowly moves through the woods/brush, branches parting, and then.......:0
Beautiful picture. Is that in January, or was it taken back in the fall.(I have an autumn NYC picture this week: http://www.ptank.com/blog/2011/01/wordless-wednesday-7643-new-york-late-autumn/)
Nice fall capture -- I love the ironwork.
Nice shot through the 'almost' bare branches. :)
Oh how I long for a day like that!
Love all the textures and designs in this.
Nice contrast between the tree branches and the iron!
I like that little glint of sun peaking through, a reminder of brighter days to come.-----------------------------------My photography is available for purchase - visit Around the Island Photography and bring home something beautiful today!
Wonderful patterns. Love the three planes - berries, branches, and grill work. Nice!Hope Toonman is feeling better.
What part of NYC is the picture of?
am sure this photo is from the Daryl archives!
I love that scroll work and I could finally comment woohoo!
A fine nature/urban study!
Found you through Wordless Wednesday.Georgeous picture & lovely blog!Anella [from Wales, UK].http://www.anellabennett.com
I love the wrought iron with the fruit on the branches in front.