thursday in the hood

North side of West 72nd Street 
between 
Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue

40 comments:

  1. Another great shot...

    Love the colors and perspective.
    And it only took a nanosecond to
    find your sig.

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  2. Wow! the saturation in the colors almost makes this look like a toy village. Amazingly crisp detail too. Love it!

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  3. Love it! Fabulous 'gnome' homes...would like to meet the people who live in them:)

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  4. Makes me want to break out the matchbox cars, build some ramps and start playin' in the village!

    Too cool.

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  5. What a great perspective and rhythm in this shot!

    «Louis» noticed that 'dedelstein' has a tip-top signature today!

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  6. Love the turrets on that green building. If I could live in a turreted building in the middle of Manhattan I would have simultaneously achieved pretty much ever childhood housing dream I ever had.

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  7. Assorted architectural build. Beautiful colors. I like this shot.

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  8. Amazing photo! So beautiful! It looks like a fairy castle almost. NYC is always amazing like that.
    -Noelle xx

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  9. Ooooh! I love this shot! Would like to meet the folks that live there!

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  10. Colorful, condensed angle here; love it.

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  11. I love all the different shapes and colors
    the spires really grab your attention yet don't distract from how wonderful the entire scene is

    I hear the proprieter of Tip Top Shoes is a real fashionista, and she's hot

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  12. I really love this picture! It's so full of buildings, and surprisingly so colorful.

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  13. Just love the architectural variety that is NYC.

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  14. It's Disney meets NYC!!! How cool is that?

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  15. How very dramatic. Fantastic lighting. This is one of those photos you can look at for a long time and not see all there is to see!

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  16. What a great array of architecture and colour. I love it. :)

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  17. Makes me wonder what came first, the turret building or the others?

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  18. The juxtaposition of the shapes and colors in this photo just reach out and grab you!

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  19. Love the variety of shapes and colors. That dedelstein sure owns a whole lot of NY real estate!

    wv: mysay. My say make a road trip here this weekend to see Bayman in the womanless beauty pageant. You won't be sorry.

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  20. Is that a castle between buildings?? Good choice being on amsterdam Avenue, they are obscure buildings like that between normal ones! I've got a great photo on my blog at the moment of this building leaning forward between the others from my trip to AMS last weekend!

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  21. I love the mix of colors and architectural styles. Great shot!

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  22. Oh, I like this one a lot! Love the color and the perspective. It looks like Spring too.

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  23. Know what I love about you? Many of your photos don't include the horizon line and I love that. It intrigues me.

    xoxo

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  24. What a fantastic shot! I LOVE that there is no sky and yet it is full of light and air and so many colours! Magnifericent capture!

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  25. My fave of all yur pictures so far.
    pleases the eye and soul.

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  26. I'm wondering what the building with the fun roof houses. I like all the colors in this photo.

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  27. I love this! What a great eye you have... And, you're getting very tricky w/ the *dedelstein*

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  28. Yes, the colors on the buildings are way cool Daryl!

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  29. Wow.. great shot. Are these colours for real or were you finger painting in Photoshop?

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  30. Beautiful shot. Reminds me of Portofino in a New York kind of way. Shoe. Did anyone mention shoes?!!!!

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  31. What a colorful mix of new and old. Would love to visit NYC some day soon... have a blessed weekend!

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  32. Just catching up - too many doc appointments here -

    I noticed you were right in there with the shoes! Ahhh! We think alike.

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  33. Wow, that street looks too magical to be real.

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