my sky

Looking up at a street lamp detail outside the 72nd St subway station


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25 comments:

  1. OOOH! Love that! NY has the best statuary in the most interesting places.

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  2. What an interesting streetlight. I don't think I have ever seen one that ornate.

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  3. Reminds me of the reading in our Passover book which says "Skip like Rams" or was it jump like lambs????
    Joyce

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  4. I love this, Daryl! You find some of the neatest stuff to photograph!

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  5. what an artistic capture. i like it a lot.

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  6. Love the street lamp!! Don't think I've seen many that ornate and it's perfect against that blue sky! Have a great Easter weekend, Daryl!

    Sylvia

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  7. That's pretty amazing. It's different, unexpected and almost a wee bit sinister, don't ask me why.

    wv: icult. This lamp is mysterious and of the icult.

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  8. First, let me say that I love the shot itself. I love your talent!

    But...why do they have satanic-looking streetlamps? All that goat needs is a pentagram and some candles.

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  9. I like the angle and the shadows on the lamp. Good to see blue sky.

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  10. I like this very much; especially that horny old goat!

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  11. Definitely a goat. A most amazing shot.

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  12. Oh that's wonderful. Such an interesting sculpture street lamp and beautiful blue sky to set it off.

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  13. beautiful composition Daryl!
    I love the face, the globes & the background too. Just a terrific shot.

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  14. I love the perspective! What a great lamp...I've never seen one quite like that (I don't think). Beautiful sky to match!

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  15. all that lovely scrolly detail
    wonderful!!

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  16. I love this shot, the angle, the clarity, the sky... Great job!

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  17. Ooookay. That's both wonderful and creepy. It makes for a great photo.

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