I just saw "Night at the Museum" for the first time last weekend -- this sign reminds me of that!
Gritty city feel, I like it!
This Seems To Be The Underway To Reach Museum..Great Captured Shot..Well Imaginated..Also I Have Started My Own Website And Would Like You To Have A Look At It.I Would Love To Have Your Comments On That Also.Unseen Rajasthan
Oooh ... is that the JAWS themeplaying in the background...I know that is where you keep those gators in NYC...
Going down? Don't see too much of that around here for all the trees and all . . .
this is unique :)Happy WWhttp://whenhekissesher.wordpress.com/2009/06/10/signs-of-affection/
Taking pictures of the ordinary and making them extraordinary - that's why I love your work!
down into the city under the city :)
Know that one well... fun shot!
i am so in for a trip to the natural history museum. i'll pack my bags and be there shortly :)have a wonderful day.
Oooh. This needs some quirky title like.. Urban decent into darkness! Very cool. I love it!
I remember this station!Hmmm, nostalgia!
Reminds me of my daughter. Last week, she was headed down to the subway just as an underground transformer blew. Scarred the bejesus out of her;thought it was a terrorist attack. I digress, nice shot!
Yes, turning the ordinary into extraordinary and you do that so well Daryl!
There's something just slightly creepy about this view. Like I'm expecting Moorlocks or zombies or something to come storming up out of the tunnel. Great shot! (Would look good in black and white too I think.)
I love the wind that comes up at you when you start down those steps. I am weird. Aren't I?
great shot, Happy WW. I played this week too.
I like the range of colors across the top of this shot - blue, green, yellow, orange, black, nice!
This one reminded me of the book Relic by Lincoln and Childs. It's a great read set in NYC. Great shot of everyday life in the city!
I don't see your siggy. I looked and looked this time. You're getting sneakier. :)
Very nice...caught the moment in the big city. I'd guess these are historians heading to the museum...right?
so much going on here - levels - love it!
What a great place to put a museum!! Just joking, but isn't most of the natural history of NY under the subway stations anyway?
Man oh Man! I really need to get myself to NYC. Soon. While the weather is nice. Or not. I need a NYC fix!
I loved that place!
"He took the midnight train goin' anywhere....."
Down into the bowels of Hell...well, not all the time...
I can smell the not-unpleasant subway scent in your photo!Did I mention that I stayed at the Olcott a coupla times when I had seminars at Columbia? Or that my ear cousin lives and teaches public school uptown?Aloha Dear Daryl
Wait a minute all this time...you signature these? and hide them? For us to find?? Just like me to get picked last for the team. LOL!! OK. I'm on tuya.
Hi Daryl, I just came by to visit. I read all of your posts back to where I last left off around Memorial Day. I hope all is well. This picture is telling me I need to go to the museum in NY with my granddaughter.
again a wonderful perspective!
Very nice indeed.I wonder why your posts seem to appear on my computer 2 days at a time? This one wasn't here yesterday.
One thing we didn't do in NY was take a subway ride. We mostly walked every where... Next time we will have to do it! Great shot.
I know I've mentioned this before but my sister is right across the park from the natural history museum so whenever I see shots like this I look for her. That would be a hoot if I came to your blog one day and saw my sister in a street shot.
hi.......I'll be there with my 13 year old son at the end of the month........we have so many reptiles/amphibians.. I heard they have a 400 frog (live) exhibit.. so looking forward for him to view it.
With that shot you're dangerously close to my favorite breakfast joint, Columbus Bakery. I can taste the oatmeal...mmmm. Hold the bananas.Tell me the rumor isn't true...it's still open and packed, right?Ellen