Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Midtown

a water tower and clouds seen through midtown buildings, Manhattan, NYC

11 comments:

Reas Kroicowl said...

I love your blog.

Regina said...

Great picture and angle!

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Rachel S said...

LOVE this one! The depth and balance are spectacular!

Nomadica said...

It's a marvellous photo. You do a fantastic job with skyscrapers, and they're NOT easy to photograph. It looks as if you lay down on the ground and took the snap..how/when did you take this?

Mariuca said...

Great shot, I love it! :)

Beat Black said...

beautiful angles

Kelly said...

That one makes me dizzy. :) And a bit jealous... I can't seem to take pictures where the clouds look so nice.

Canucklehead said...

I have to say that I HATE coming to this blog. Don't get me wrong - it is great, it's just that I'm itching for another NYC trip - which likely won't happen for a while. All the best and keep twisting the knife!

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yellowdog granny said...

nothing but blue skies...do i see...






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