water towers


I know!
 I know!
 I know
 where
 these are!
 they're
 on 
Columbus Avenue
 or
wait
 maybe
 Amsterdam Avenue
definitely
 in the 
West 70s 

Maybe 

19 comments:

  1. Tanks a lot, Daryl.

    Here's an idea. I could come to NYC with Mrs Authorblog and the Authorbloglets and track this down, using you and Ray as our guides.

    NYC is calling .....

    Don't worry, we WILL be back. Just not sure exactly when.

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  2. love virtually walking in the city daily. love you for making it such fun


    Aloha from Honolulu
    Comfort Spiral
    =^..^=
    > < } } ( ° >

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  3. Like home-made rockets ready to blast off.

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  4. you need a camera with GPS! some do now, ya know.
    a very tidy looking water tower.

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  5. I never see water towers like this around the place here... Great shot!

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  6. Love this angle, and they look wonderful against that sky.

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  7. Love the angle on this one Daryl, you can just imagine water towers disappearing unendingly (new word according to spell check haha!) off into the distance!

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  8. The one in the foreground is standing proud.

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  9. I have no clue how you remember where your towers are located! But love them!

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  10. Nice! I found a rooftop water tower in Seattle. I'll post it some Wednesday. I was so excited to find it.

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  11. Daryl, good un! Looks like it's ready for takeoff!

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  12. Water towers continue to resonate in my unconscious & conscious mind--years after I stopped painting pictures of them. "Tanks" for helping me to remember to step outside, into my neighborhood, & look roofwards.

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  13. Well, it's good that you narrowed it down...

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  14. Does look like a rocket ship:) Or maybe a tophat:)

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