That East Side / West Side thing says TONS to you New Yawkahs - NOTHING to anyone else. Just sayin`LOL Love the shot, and YOU, DarALOHA from WaikikiComfort Spiral ~ > < } } ( ° > <3
Like tat rooftop garden..but otherwise, one bland building.
I imagine life in the last flor flat with trees on balcon....;-)Pierre
And I don't know the difference between the two! LOVE the water towers, whichever side they're on!
love your photos aboutv these lovely objects ;)
I don't know the difference between the two either D, but the buildings do look kind of boring...except for the beautiful water tower!! xo Jeanne
Still makes for a great shot. I am getting to know this water tower of yours. Always great to see on your blog, Daryl, from any angle.
We have lots of old art deco buildings in Tulsa that are quite nice but our newest is the blandest, ugliest, beige block atop a parking garage. What were they thinking?
Have to agree with you on that, but they still have some pretty nice water towers! :-)
Well, yeah, I've noticed the same thing. Still they have their water towers too.
That whole East Side/West Side sounds funny to someone who doesn't live there, but I suppose it all makes sense if you experience it. At least they have water towers!
I dunno bout the difference between the east and the west side, but I do like this shot! I enjoy your water towers
Love how this one just pops up between those two buildings!
well...these two bldgs. certainly do!
There seems to be plenty of greenery.
I'd love to tour New York with you one day. I'm no Suldog but I can be charming.
Daryl, I think it's interesting in it's blandness! I thought the roof looked interesting. Great tower!
Yes, they're not too fun. It looks like there's some sort of addition waaay up on the building on the right. People build up like that here sometimes.
You might have something there.
Hmmm! I'm not sure Daryl, I may have to come over and judge for myself :)
East vs west ... ongoing battle everywhere!
Now, this is a fine specimen you have found, a delightful addition to your collection.The cloud-filtered sunlight and splashes of green are fabulous!Bises,Genie
I think so too, like I have so much experience. I love the rooftop greenery though :)