Saturday, 19 October 2013

Picture This #222 ~ Windows


The Cloisters ~ NYC
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 The Cloisters ~ NYC

 Cooper Union ~ NYC 
Cooper Union, NYC

Windows reflected in windows~ Lafayette St. ~ NYC 
windows ~ NYC


9 comments:

  1. Hi Debby. I always enjoy seeing NYC through your eyes. The first picture could be a dream from Medieval Europe, wonderfully done. What an unusual building Cooper Union is, how nicely you've captured it. The final picture just blows me away. The reflections are captured so perfectly as are the windows they are reflected in. Really very well done.

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  2. three beautiful pictures on the theme, the last one is stunning, and the first one very special! I really like the light in the first one.

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  3. Beautiful shot of the cloister

    Love the cool design of the facade and the reflection shot

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  4. Hi Debby!! Three great shots for the theme!! As Benni said, that first one has more than a touch of mediaeval Europe to it. I love the second shot. I don't know what Cooper Union is (company? university?), but the design is fabulous, so unusual. Great third shot, also. NYC is such a fantastic place for windows and reflections!!

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    1. Cooper Union is an art & engineering school that used to be free of cost. I think they've recently started charging tuition.

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  5. oh Debby these are all wonderful
    love the first one great effect

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  6. New York is a rewarding place for photos. Love the first (I seem to remember the Cloisters), the second is an interesting shot with all those angles and the third is New York Pure.

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  7. Hi Deb! Your three photos are each and all very good contributions for this week's theme, the third shot, mainly!

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  8. Hi Debby, I love all of these photos. Your windows show a lot of character. I've never been to the Cloisters Museum. The photo gives a sense of medieval times. The next two images with the post modern world are a great contrast. I hope you take more photos of NYC's windows.

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