I got dizzy just looking at the photo... the real thing would have been too much for me...
angles and lines on an elegant building! Great shot!
at first you see all the angle and lines...but then I was taken with the nice decorations over the windows.
I love Escher and I love this pic.
I find fire escapes fascinating and quite beautiful. :)
Good photo!! I love those old buildings you have. But my knees ache just thinking of all those steps.
Does your neck ever get sore? A friend...years ago told me to always remember to look up. Great things will be missed if I don't. We were out looking for old primitive stuff at the time. I've done just like she said and I see you do too.Leaves me short of breath, but GREAT shot!
Wonderful shot!!! You know how I feel about fire escapes. When I would try to "sneak" back in I would go back up the fire ecape only to find out that my mom had LOCKED IT. Imagine my horror when I had to face my mother who, by the way, was sitting at the kitchen table waiting for my return. Hahahaha. Cheers Daryl!!
I"m always fascinated by fire escapes and their zig zags but I'm not so hot at composing. yours is great. BTW, on tv last night I saw an ad with a scene of NYC and I saw the M104!!!V
It is such a treat to come to your blog. Your ivy yesterday was wonderful. Thanks for a lovely place to visit.
I love all the linesand the details work on the building is wonderful!!
S t e l l a .......!!!!!!!
LOL @ Reena! Love it!
What Reena said . . .
yeah! da city
I'm with Faye..... I literally got dizzy looking at this photo but it's a great shot and a nice perspective too. Love it!
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