Tuesday, May 8, 2007

Seventh Avenue

A view of Seventh Avenue taken a few weeks ago.

9 comments:

Nazzareno said...

"This" is that than we Europeans imagine and call America.

Gardener Greg said...

NY looks so alive. I can't wait to visit again. Thanks.

Olivier said...

c'est une rue tellement new yorkaise (surtout côté manhattan). on y voit bien le melange des nationalités (ce que j'aime beaucoup à NYC et que l'on retrouve à Evry - surtout à NYC les haïtiens (ils parlent français ;o) ) ). belle photo, digne d'une carte postale


it is a street so much new yorkaise (especially Manhattan side). one sees well there the mixture of nationalities (what I like much with NYC and which one finds in Evry - especially with NYC the Haitians (they speak French ;O)) ). beautiful photograph, worthy of a postcard

Gudl said...

That is so New York City!!
I remember the first time I went there (1986) I noticed that at some spots the sun doesn't reach down to the people in the streets because of the high buildings, all so close to each other.
Do you notice that, too?
In any case: Great photograph!

Lori said...

Thanks everyone for your nice comments today!

Gudl, yes I do notice that about the sun sometimes. I walked past a planter with tulips the other day. The flowers were all leaning sideways and I think it was because they were trying to grow towards the sun!

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

What a FANTASTIC photograph, Lori! I absolutely love it.

Lori said...

Thanks Fénix!

Wanda said...

I've never been to New York City, but I did fly over upstate N.Y. in a small plane and dit was beautiful.

Nabeel said...

everywhere one looks, there's an advertisement .. buildings have become ad space.