This is the ornate ceiling of the Village Den restaurant where we had breakfast every morning to start the day...
I like this photo, but I think it's only becasue the suns hitting the building to show the dodgy redering on the outside? - other than that I do wonder why I took it.
Seeing a Newcastle Brown Ale delivery truck in New York is something special - given that we live only fiften miles away from Newcastle in NE England!
This is a panorama that I have stitched from a few seperate photos of union square - taken from the shop window of DSW shoe shop - the manager said "Welcome to the view from my office".
I liked this streetcorner - but I couldn't tell you why really.
One of the many tree-lined streets ni the area where we had our apartment, these trees appear to be doing the job of two lines of trees by leaning over and creating a canopy for the street!
Just outside the photography centre on 43rd street was this now defunct sculpture which I think may have had a watery theme - it has a nice industrial rotten rusty feel to it now which I thought was very photogenic
One of many tall photos of the sunny streets of New York
I love the Chrysler building just poking through in the background - very pleasing.
I though this building was very strange - the front is highly ornate and detailed with red and cream brickwork with the tarnished roof and a completely flat and boring side!
Like many scrapers and buildings in New York - the angles and curves are meant and designed to make use of bold light and contrast.
This is quite an abstract photo tht uses a lot of different muted shades of brown and blue - very nice indeed
Stumbled across a model shoot in the street - they wern't making best use of reflected light and although they were keeping to the shade, didn't really make the most of it.
A very appropriate photo for Louise, as she has moved up to the North East and gotten used to some of the Dialect - "Eeeee" being one or surprise / shock / pleasure / elation / mystery (ask here one day about it)
Quite a cute photo of the model walking away from the BIG E - notice the reflection in the curve of the E which I like.
Who knows, I just liked the crazy angles and juxtaposition.