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Friday, April 24, 2009

SHADOW SHOT SUNDAY - UPDATE



HOORAY -  AN EPA SIGN!
                     DON'T  HONK
                     $350
                     PENALTY


Young Ginkgo trees, 12th Street,  between 3rd and 4th Ave, NYC.   

View from kitchen window. 10th floor 

I like the puddle part of the picture, too!


Re COMMENTS:  I am in shock at getting so many generous comments - it is a record in my blogging life so far!   Thank you ALL so very much.


22 comments:

  1. Are you 'shadowing' me? Your shadows are so beautifully fragile looking. Also, I now realise you don't live too many floors up!I'd always pictured you way up in the sky!

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  2. That's a great shadow shot! And hilarious sign! I guess it's quite peaceful then on that street! (thankfully!)

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  3. ooh, please lots of those signs here too!
    In Cairo every driver thinks he's the only one who honks...imagine when everybody honks! autch! It IS terrible!

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  4. It must be so lovely to see the trees coming to life in the spring. Who would think of honking in such a pretty setting?

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  5. Peace at any price, is worthy of a fortune...and what a delicate view you have from above...cool shot!

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  6. Great shot from so high up. Those gingko tree shadows seem to be pointing straight down. They almost look like reflections.

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  7. What a terrific shadow shot! Delightful view you have! Love th gingko tree, it looks so delicate and your shadows are so crisp! Happy SSS!

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  8. This is a terrific shadow shot lovely and crisp. What nice clean streets you have too! Check out links 15 and 16 (I think..it migh be 14 and 15 or 16 and 17) too for other street scenes! Seems to be a bit of a sub-theme this week.

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  9. Beautiful shadows! What fun to look down on them from your window!

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  10. What a great picture..wonderful shadows. You did a good job..Happy SSS.

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  11. O wow! What a sense of falling into shadows and light! Great perspective!

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  12. Great shot of all the lovely shadows from a different perspective

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  13. Wow - we really like this shot - it's like an upside down mirror immage of the trees!

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  14. Nice spot to take the perfect shot!

    Cheers for a happy SS

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  15. I love the perspective of your shot. What a great view to have too!

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  16. Hi!
    Great shadows! And the height of the shot! WOW! Never been in a 10 story building before. Have a great day!!

    Sherrie

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  17. Yes, I agree with all the others. A wonderful perspective on the city.
    Yes, less honking would be excellent.

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  18. the shadows of the trees are wonderful! this is a great shot

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  19. This is a BEAUTIFUL shot! :-)

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