water tower wednesday

Water towers 
and 
some 
sort 
of vent 
somewhere 
along 
Third Avenue 
in the East 70s.

22 comments:

  1. Nicely processed.

    Love the trees up on the rooftop patio - I'd love to see how they've done the rest of it. (Mine is a bit scraggly looking at the moment, could use some rejuvenation - and the removal of some dead trees too.)

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  2. I always enjoy your 'water tower' photos and this one is spectacular. Love the effect you have applied!

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  3. Yes, water towers are one of my favorites you do too. Love the color in the foreground.

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  4. I didn't realise you had so many water towers over there.

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  5. I want to make friends with the folks who live with that terrace on the right. And I want to have cocktails on that terrace. The end.

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  6. I'm now googling water towers. We don't have them here.

    I want to live in this one and invite you, Lauren and Annie over as my guests.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_House_in_the_Clouds,_Thorpeness.jpg

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  7. I found your blog this morning and I love your photography. I look forward to reading more!

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  8. I'm sure I've commented in a similar fashion previous to this, but I'll say that I love the water towers on NY buildings. Maybe it's my early memories of the opening montage from West Side Story or something, but nothing says NYC to me more than those sorts of rooftop shots.

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  9. have to agree about that terrace..NY is dotted with those lovely oasis.
    and love that vent for some reason!

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  10. this reminds me of the lower east side back in my Nana's day

    faded brick and water towers

    Nana used to call them roof top buckets :)

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  11. Very cool...I love the way you processed this photo!

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  12. I like the effect too but have already forgotten what you told me it was!
    V

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  13. Water towers are definately on my list of fave things. I, too, enjoy the special effect you put on the pic. Cheers Daryl!!

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  14. clever use of a Wednesday and GREAT photo with history galore
    hugs

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  15. I love roof top water towers and this shot is beautiful!

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  16. thanks for my 'fix' of NYC


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  17. I LOVE that texture or whatever it's called. Beautiful photo.

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