hipstamatic app. john s lens. ina's 1969 film. no flash.


  all the buildings
 along Broadway 
between 76th-77th Street
 are being torn down 

I guess
 there will be
 a high rise 
apartment building
 going  up
 in place 
of the
 3 story commercial buildings
 that were there

  the neighborhood
high rise 


 sharing with


faye said...

nice shot and effect...
if the building is gone did you
add the hipsta later or was it
demolished recently

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

I hate to hear about old buildings being torn down, for some reason it pains me. Thanks for capturing them for posterity.

deborah said...

The grand architectural details will be lost forever to a stark building of glass and sad

Akelamalu said...

It's such a shame when beautiful old buildings have to go. Do you have 'listed' buildings over there like we do here, where old buildings are protected by law?

Country Girl said...

Another high rise? Oh, happy day.


Dianne said...

the more to cram people in

beautiful shot Daryl
the green hue is lovely and accentuates the shadows


It is sad but some old buildings need replacing - a lot of changes happening downtown too.
Good capture for the record though!

NYC, Style and a little Cannoli said...

It is quite sad to see historic buildings go away. At least however in NYC there are still so many amazing places there from 100 years ago. I think the city does a pretty good job of restoring places, more than my hometown. Love the photo, very cool. Have a fab Sunday!!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

This is a nice photo. Almost looks like it could be in a Hitchcock movie!

chubskulit said...

Nicely captured.

Thanks for contributing to SSS2. Burrito's Shadow
Have a blessed Sunday!

Joan said...

This looks so much cooler than a modern high rise!
Love the angle of this shot, and the color.

lisa. said...

Great perspective and wonderful tones Daryl.
Happy Sunday to you!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I'm dying to know what's behind that red window covering. Oh, since it's no longer there, I guess I'll never know!

Shadowy Stone

Gemma Wiseman said...

So much character in this old building, but clearly it was needing sacffolding for structural support! That is not good! With all the modern technology, you would would think it could be restored! Lovely "antiqued" tones in your photo!

Fireblossom said...

I always love the angles of your city shots, Daryl.

John McElveen said...

Nice shot Daryl!!! I love your compositions!



Kelly said...

Always a shame to lose the lovely architectural detail of buildings like this. I like the subtle shadows in your photo.

missing moments said...

There goes the neighborhood!

Beth F said...

Sad that the old buildings had to go for something new, and tall.

toby said...

Great find and capture!

toby said...

Great find and capture!