is the corner 
West End Avenue
 72nd Street

 can you see
 the water tank/tower 
there up on the left?
 they are everywhere

 we have
architectural looks
 its a veritable

my focus 
was on the

 don't you wish someone 
would wash that awning? 

I do.


Stephen Hayes said...

Impressive old building. Yes, wash that awning.

Evelyn S. said...

Love looking at the city architecture!!!

Andy said...

It's a stylish looking building.

Beth F said...

My focus went to three floors of the roundish tower. In any case, love the mix of architecture.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love your cacophony!

Akelamalu said...

Hey I hadn't spotted the water tower I was that busy looking at the great building.

Dianne said...

slip a copy of the photo under the door early one morn with a note saying 'Yo! you're ruining the scenery' ;)

I love brick and these are beauties

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

HA! I'm with Dianne. Slip them the photo... LOL

Mental P Mama said...

I'm thinking the awning is beyond washing...happy day:)

Lisa Gordon said...

What a beautiful building this is, and yup, the awning definitely needs washing!
Hope you are having a great day!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Very clever image Daryl, lots to see. Love the three tiered corner windows, complete with crowning turret!

Robin said...

Daryl, great architecture! I thought you were focusing on the three windows!

Bibi said...

Those water towers can sometimes be they're watching you....I've seen too many 50's horror films, I think.

Yes, I would love to wash the awning...gimme a brush with a loooong handle.

Barbara said...

I didn't even notice the awning until you mentioned it (but, yes!) because I was too busy admiring the architecture. Love that corner building!

lime said...

makes me wish i could see the original building in its splendor without all the other visual clutter.

GailO said...

Ah! I was trying to decide what the "three" was before I read the post... The mix of architectural styles makes the city I think! I just want to live in a tower like the one shown...

Helene said...

You could probably do a 360 in one spot and see at least 1/2 dozen different architectural styles in the city...and that's one of the things that's so great about NY!

Cloudia said...

rounded corners, turrets, and that blocky stone "Richardson Romantic" get me every-time, m`lady!

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Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Bibi has a good eye!

beth said...

my sister used to live at 118 east 28th street between park and lexington....
maybe i can send you on a scavenger hunt for that building :)