sign posts

in NYC since 1978
SoHo shop
on
Broome 
between Mercer & Green Sts.

42 comments:

  1. DAMMIT!

    I should be in bed!

    Good capture of the history of NYC, you historian you!

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  2. OMG. Don't let my daughter see those.

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  3. This may be my favorite NYC picture yet. Seriously.

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  4. Very very cool. This should be a poster!

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  5. Windows and guitars...two of my
    favorite non-gator things to
    shoot. I like this one very much.!

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  6. That is an excellent window shot. All so clear--so many layers. What's so downright lovable about NYC!

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  7. Yahh! Now we're talking! Great shot Daryl =)

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  8. Love this photo! The subject matter and the reflection...the way the eye sees the outside, the inside and the scene across the street from the shop...perfect capture.

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  9. What a great shot. FlyBoy loves to capture images like this....

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  10. Love the guitars! What a great display window!

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  11. Great relection, Daryl!

    (But «Louis» doesn't find that it has the Official Darylized Seal of Approval...)

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  12. OMG! Love it! It says so much...the vibrancy...the attitude...good one!

    You should sell it to Rudy's.

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  13. I would hang one of those puppies over the fireplace! Beautiful;)

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  14. Guitars works of art! Love it. Great reflection in the window too.

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  15. the reflections of the older buildings behind those rockin' guitars is wonderful!!

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  16. Oh this is wonderful. I must show Alex. What a great shot!

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  17. My youngest son would just be in his element in that store!

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  18. One of Snow White's friends plays guitar. I just copied this post to her mom so she can see these works of art!!!

    The colors make me feel happy:)

    Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  19. Wish we could walk around together sometime, Dar....


    Aloha from Waikiki


    Comfort Spiral

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  20. Oh now that's one fine shot. The reflection adds to it but doesn't overpower the guitars. LOVE IT!
    Bon weekend
    V

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  21. That's a long time for a music store to be in business...must have kept up with the changing times and the needs of the musicians...

    Wonderful photo...makes me want to hop a plane and come visit!

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  22. oh Gawd!!! that's so great...now I have to show it to John, and he's going to want one of those guitars...WAIT!! Maybe he'll agree to a trip to NYC over eBay. Thanks Daryl!!(maybe)

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  23. Truly the essence of NYC all capture in your one shot! Well done!

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  24. NYC is so awesome. There are shops for everything! It looks like I might still be in for a trip back east. It seems I have another freebie round trip w/ SW. Are you up for an in-town visitor at some point?

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  25. What a great shot. I love the reflection in the window. They take pride in their business because the windows are spotless!

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  26. There should be a "love" box to check...cause I don't just like this photo--I freakin' LOVE it! The vibrant colors of the guitar, the reflection of the building across the street and the frame within a frame of the storefront. Great shot!

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  27. The reflection alone is priceless! Love this.

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  28. Love, love, love this one! Great color and the window reflection is excellent! Bravo~

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  29. Oh but that is wonderful shot. I wonder how many people are in such a hurry that they miss the beauty of the windows in NYC. I feel like painting my husbands guitar:)
    Joyce

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  30. Beautiful instruments in the window. Great shot.

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  31. The Hubster would be stopped dead in his tracks by this window!

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  32. Love this, Daryl. You need to do a whole storefront series.

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  33. Wonderfully clear and crisp shot.. just love those guitars!

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  34. Wow. Wow.

    Ummm...

    Wow.

    Talking about a picture worth a thousand words.

    This is so evocative and interesting.

    Thank you for sharing this.

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