three

three
a trio
with
The Empire State Building in the middle
flanked 
by two smaller
 but 
still
 tall high rises
one is an apartment building 
the other might be an office building

16 comments:

  1. New York City has truly a lot of tall buildings. One of which are the apartments for rent and for sale that they are offering individuals like singles, couples, or family - oriented. Even on penthouse apartment

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  2. really great shot however my fave is the Chrysler building but this one is pretty lovely too!

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  3. And I even caught your signautre --was trying to see the name on the building and it's yours! Trumpistan, watch out.

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  4. Excellent 'menage et trois' Daryl, very impressed with Edelstein House haha!
    btw Aimee has her blog up and running again, if you look a couple of posts back you'll see a little statue on a table between the two chairs, that's the one I thought looked a little like your much bigger statue that you 'inherited'. What do you think?

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  5. Daryl, great shot! The Empire State is such an iconic building, known the world over!

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  6. Unusual perspective... I wonder how many apartments might be in that one building?

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  7. a strangley compelling shot, Dar


    Aloha from Honolulu,
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  8. I'm glad I don't live in one of those apartments facing away;)

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  9. Black and white is so nice for architecture photos...Love the angles and lines too!

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  10. nice shot and B&W certainly is more effective for
    buildings..

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  11. Nice, with the black and white it looks abstract.

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  12. Love the wonderful graphic quality here.
    So perfect in black and white!

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  13. Love it. Great in B&W and love the contrasts in architectural features.

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