water tower wednesday

and 
sort of 
fire escape 
'terrace' 
on 
this building 
in the 
West 70s

23 comments:

  1. such unique water tanks..
    very different from the drab
    ones here.

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  2. Love the clean lines here. And the reminder to look up every once in a while.

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  3. Enjoy the water tower shots! Do newer buildings also have water towers?

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  4. I have a secret: I never noticed them until you started photographing them....love this one.

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  5. Love the clean lines of this shot! And the tank just is balanced on that corner. Very dynamic.

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  6. When we lived in New York City we loved looking at all the water tanks. Great photo.

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  7. Love the lines and the composition of this shot! Hope you'll come link it up on my place for Wordless Wednesday!

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  8. Ah, you know my weaknesses - water towers and subways/trains. This does not disappoint.

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  9. Love this photo! the textures are beautiful...

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  10. the fire escape terrace is interesting - and odd

    love all that brick!!

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  11. I see just one little chair and it has my name on it...love this!!

    The textures are amazing...

    (do they climb out the window to get to that chair? I see no doors) :)

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  12. Never get bored in NYC looking at watertowers. Has someone compiled a book of them?

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  13. up on da roof



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  14. I wonder if the view is nice from that fire escape terrace. Nice composition here.

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  15. You have absolutely no idea how much I love fire escapes. Especially red ones. When my mom would put me on punishment - which was quite often I must say - I would sneak out the house by her bedroom window, which had a fire escape. I know, I know - bad girl. Those were the days. Much fun. Great post!

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  16. Great colors and textures, and the light is pure perfection. Amazing that blank walls and a water tower could be so beautiful. That takes a talented photographer.

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