Friday, May 11, 2007

Columbus Circle at Night

Since Greg said yesterday that New York at night scares him, I thought I'd show you a night scene today. See it's not so bad! :)

18 comments:

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Not bad at all :). Have a great weekend.

Olivier said...

Greg, NYC la nuit tu n'as rien a craindre. A ma premiere visite, j'avais aussi peur de me promener la nuit dans NYC, mais apres pas de probleme (en plus tout est ouvert, c'est genial). Lori, tres belle photo de nuit de colombus circle.....Dire que bientot (encore 174 jours) je pourrais moi aussi me promener dans NYC la nuit......je te souhaite un bon weekend

Greg, NYC the night you do not have anything has to fear. With my first visit, I was also afraid to walk me the night in NYC, but after step of problem (in more all is open, it is brilliant). Lori, very beautiful photograph of night of colombus circle ..... Dire that soon (still 174 days) I could me also walk me in NYC the night ...... I wish you a good weekend

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Hi Lori, I learned about your site from Olivier from Evry Daily Photo.
Just wanted to say HI to a fellow NY blogger.

BTW, I love your photo of Columbus Circle at night. I was just there yesterday and took some photos. Unfortunately, I could not get a good photo of this scene you have on your blog.

Bravo! The photo is gorgeous.

Wanda said...

That's a beautiful night shot. I like the people sitting at the bottom of the statue. Neat colors.

Gudl said...

Nice shot indeed! Lori, you are getting famous!!

Nazzareno said...

..a city is like the person that we love, can make it better in the tranquillity of the night...good "fine settimana".:)

Lori said...

Hello everyone and thanks for visiting.

Olivier, ton visite arrivera bientôt!

Ming, we'll look forward to seeing your Columbus circle photos!

A happy weekend to all!

lynn said...

I really enjoy night shots. This one is so lively!

I have posted a photo of the missing UK girl Madeleine in the hope that the more people see her, the more chance she may be found. Please take a sec to pop over to Cheltenham, to put her face in your head. Thanks to you and your readers.

Moi said...

Hi Lori....landed here from Nazzareno's blog...and am glad i did!!! lovely pictures all over....hope to be a regular here :)

Gardener Greg said...

I like that picture Lori. You are right it isn't scarry at all. We have a similar tower in the park in Down Town Charleston. Thank you so much.

Greg

Lori said...

Hello Greg, Lynn and moi, thank you for your visit.

Lynn, it is so good of you to spread the word about that missing child. What a horrible situation. Let's hope that the coming hours bring some good news.

Geraldo said...

Lori,
Just got here from Moi's blog. Your pictures are great! I used to travel to NYC on business and never had the chance to really know the city until my son moved to Manhattan last year. I love to walk in the city at night; actually, São Paulo is larger and more dangerous than NYC, so I know what to fear...

Lori said...

Thanks Geraldo. It's exciting to hear from someone in Sao Paulo! Glad to hear you get to NYC often and that you like walking here too. Have a nice weekend!

Martel said...

Hello, we have a friend blogger in common (Oliver of Evry).

I discover your blog, and I find it very well.

Unfortunately I often cannot poster, not having often access with Internet.

My blog on the town of Martel

lv2scpbk said...

Love the colors. Beautiful photo. You'll have to take a night photo of this in the winter. Wouldn't that be wonderful?

Lori said...

Hi Barb and Martel, thanks for stopping by! Yes, Barb, that's a good idea. I'll have to do another shot in the winter. Maybe in the snow!

Abraham Lincoln said...

It is a beautiful photograph. I like it.

Have your ever seen the top of two Hondas?

Dsole said...

Hi, I didn't know about your blog, I've just come from Ming NY DP to see your pic. I didn't excpect to find in NY this kind of monuments, it's scuh a surprise!
Ah, nice blog! :)

Dsole, from Madrid.