Nice picture.Havent had the pleasure to go to New York yet.
Happy Fourth Blog-versery! I love your site, showing off the beautiful side of my wondrous little city.
I LOVE this one, NYC. Happy 4th anniversary. :)
you know that when i finally get to see new york in person, im going to say...gee fred did it better..ha
Congratulations on your 4th year! Love getting to know NYC through your eyes.
great perspective in this photo...congratulations on your 4th year of blogging !!!
Two of NYC most important buildings in a most original shot for such a big anniversary...you definitely have a good 4 years (and then some) of more excellent NYC shots to come!!! Congrats!!
Happy Birthday!!! I love the picture.
Happy 4th! I look forward to seeing your blog everyday - you see NYC through a much clearer eye than I ever did. I truly love the photos!
Happy fourth, and this photo demonstrates why I enjoy coming here. The tallest building in my home town is a mere five-stories, and you don't get much past 30-stories in Little Rock. Tall buildings -- and great pictures of them -- are a rarity in these parts.The Natural State Hawg
Happy Blogiversary! Now, I don't do my best thinking in the morning, but if today's photo starts your fourth year, was yesterday your 3rd blogiversary? The reason I ask is that I have admired your blog for a long long time, and feel certain I remember your blog from when I first started blogging and using BlogExplosion (8/5/05), and way back then I thought of you as "one of the pros." Did you really start just days before me or a full year?Either way, congratulations. Your photos are amazing, and to have posted hundreds/over a thousand of them is a milestone worthy of a nice bottle of bubbly. Enjoy!Roxy
Happy 4th yr anniversary. I always love all your photos.
Happy Bloggiversary! Your blog makes me want to come there so much- even more than I wanted to before I came across it, if that's possible :) Now hurry up and put together that coffee table book!Ps: Completely unrelated, but your name is Fred?! It's a very nice, warm name but I'd always thought your parents had one heck of (an?) imagination and named you Otilius, after some unknown Greek God or something! :D What does Otilius mean?Anyway, here's to some more great pictures!
Happy Anniversary...And many more to for us viewers.Is that the "Flatiron" building on the right?Louis
Louis, don't get fooled by an impostor building... This is not the Flat Iron building but does a nice trick to the eyes at this angle.
Absolutely right....it's not the Flat Iron Building...I most definitely should have caught that...oh no, I'm losing my edge living in RI!!!...great shot, nonetheless!!!
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