More from New York

img_9987When I am in New York, I spend a lot of time looking up. There’s just so much going on with all those buildings. It truly is a photographer’s dream.

img_9990Notice how the building in the middle of the shot is actually a reflection in the mirrored surface of the larger building. I generally do not like reflective buildings because they kill so many birds, but in this case I was simply admiring the aesthetic.

img_9984At the “Bank of America Winter Village” at Bryant Park, we browsed some of the stands at the holiday market and watched the skaters.

img_9981In the center of the market, there was a pleasant, ivy-covered area to sit and rest your feet.

img_9922The older buildings also catch my eye. I admire the architectural details and craftsmanship, from a time when such things mattered.

img_9920Another striking facade. It’s all in the details.

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About dirtynailz

Writer for a daily newspaper, gardener, tree hugger, orchid-grower, photographer, animal lover, hiker, wilderness seeker. Proponent of clover in the lawn and a dog on the bed.
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5 Responses to More from New York

  1. CJ Wright says:

    Wonderful shots! The old architecture is the best, so full of life.

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  2. GardenPest says:

    TY – so share your appreciation of details, angle, light. Have you visited the garden at Cooper Hewitt? I haven’t yet but it’s on my list – another example of peaceful space among hardscaping.

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  3. Striking photos! An eyeful of architecture, softened (and heightened) by the fringe of nature.

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