now i would never imagine a rustic looking water tower in your world...nice capture.
Suddenly, I'm singing Petticoat Junction!
Great photo.Troy and MarthaPS: Love NY water towers.
Oh I love water towers. This one is especially charming.
**snort** MPM!"Here's Uncle Joe, and he's movin' kinda slow, at the Junction...."
Beautiful Daryl!Always remember to look up ;)Thank you so much for your sweet words!Have a great weekend!Anna
A hot pot with steaming clouds came to mind. Nice composition.
Now that's a water tower with personality and not one you'd expect to find in the city! I love it!Have a great weekend, Daryl!Sylvia
Is that near the Shady Rest Hotel?Totally awesome Daryl!<><
I pays to look up now and then! And this has such 'water tower charm'--unlike the sleek and humungous ones out here.Happy Friday, my friend!
A little buckshot into the side of that, and you'd have a shower.
I like the watertower. Very rough and appealing against the sky.
Is that where they get that world-famous NYC Tap Water?Cool shot!
If I didn't know better, I'd think this was a rural scene! A great "unseen" NY shot!
Now imagine if that just tipped up one way...It reminds me of the buckets that fill with water in the children's swimming pool. :0)
Cool angle! I don't see many water towers in my town. :)~One Crafty Mama
I'm with MPM, only I am dancing while she sings because I don't remember the words ... xo
Ah, very familiar!
As water towers go, one on the upper West Side is not too hard to take!I miss NY!!! We are overdue for a visit. muuuuuahGina
Oh yes - that is a real old fashioned water tower. I haven't seen one like that in a long time.
Can you top this?Love water towers and I photograph everyone I can...is this on top of a roof? Must be. Where else in Manhattan?
It is so interesting to see that water tank in the city! I love your angle shot!
How high does a gal have to climb to get a shot like that (even with a zoom)and not get a crick in her neck? Neat.
love NYC's water towers...especially when I need water on a high floor ;-)Great captureAloha, Friend!Comfort Spiral
I love the old water towers in the city. It's nice to see one of these up close.Though they are not really old as much as they are old looking, right?
I'm w/MPM. Petticoat....JUNCTION! I should be upstairs sorting through my closet. Instead, here I am visiting YOU! BTW - it's all your fault my closet is a mess. Yup, that's what I'm tellin' the hubs. Love those ~up~ photos. They're the best!
Great shot! Afternoons must be really heating up the water I guess on an open sky sunny day!!!- Pixellicious Photos
It never occured to me there would be a water tank in the city. Neat shot!
Love the angle of that shot! Great sky shot. I haven't taken pictures of the sky for a couple weeks.
Looks like it could be in Gruene Texas from here =) You'd like it there~especially today! We are having glorious weather today =)
Nice shot of the water tower and the sky. thanks for sharing your skywatch.
Water towers here all seem to look the same. The one in your photo has character!
Why does Bruce Springsteen start playing in my head when I look at this? I love it, by the way.
Seriously? Not what I'd expect to see in NYC!
Oh, these are some of my favorite things to dance on the skyline of our city. I have a whole series of water tower shots that i will be exhibiting in the spring.Four from the series are going to be used to decorate the apartment of the New York character in the upcoming series "V"I like your photograph and love the subject.It seesm people are surprised that N.Y. has water towers!I find that even the newer buildings going up have these old systems of delivering water pressure only that the architects have chosen to surround them with concrete for aesthetic and possibly other reasons.great subject, and I am very familiar with most bus routes in New YorkThanks for dropping by by blog, Daryl.