Monday, June 4, 2007

Window View


I was inspired by all of the people who posted photos of the views from their bedrooms on Friday, (the theme for the City Daily photo blogs) so I thought I'd show the view from my window today. It's not very exciting, but I did like the way the setting sun was hitting the building.

Have a nice week everyone.

12 comments:

Olivier said...

je ne suis pas d'accord, je trouve que tu as une belle vue. la photo est tres belle, avec une lumiere superbe. et tu as vue sur un "Water-Tank", j'adore les "Water-Tank" de NYC, ils sont l'histoires de NYC. J'en ai toute une collection en photos.


I do not agree, I find that you have a beautiful sight. the photograph is very beautiful, with a superb light. and you saw on a “Water-Tank”, I adore the “Water-Tank” of NYC, they are the stories of NYC. I have a whole collection in photographs of it.

Moi said...

it's a beautiful view, Lori....looks like the setting sun has set the building aflame...

Nazzareno said...

Agree with Oliver, a superb photo that immortal what is from always one of the most moving moments of the day in any world part.

My World said...

Hello Lori.. is photo close to the Jarvis Center?

I usually go to the Trade shows for
Stationary and Gifts....

Let me know...

My World... :)

Gudl said...

The sun on the other building does look great!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Oh my yes, that is a great shot and the colors are stunning.

Abraham Lincoln's kidney stone attack...
I rolled on the floor, puked, screamed, and passed out. When I woke up the neighbor was gone.
Brookville Daily Photo

lv2scpbk said...

Lori, Yes I have to agree, that's what I first noticed was how the light was hitting the middle building. It's not a bad view though. You probably get to see alot of people and you may have some good sunset views.

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Lori said...

Hello all,

Merci, Olivier. J'adore les châteaux d’eau à New York aussi. J'ai beaucoup de photos du château d’eau que je peux voir de ma fenêtre et je pense que je vais faire un post sur mon blog avec un de ces photos bientôt. J'aime bien ta nouvelle photo de profil.

My World, no it's not near the Javits Center actually. It's further north on the upper west side. This is at 95th Street looking north on West End Ave.

Barb, yes it is fun to watch the people go by sometimes.

Thanks everyone else for your visits!

Château-Gontierdailyphoto said...

Hello I love your view from your bedroom.
Very nice light, not so dark ...difficult to realise the good adjusment.

Explanation about your comment on my blog.
People who are in the water, wanted to be there. It is the only way to have a lighter boat and pass the overflow.
The outside temperature was 25° C - but the water was cold I think.

http://chateau-gontier-daily-photo.blogspot.com/

Lori said...

Hello Laurent, thanks for your explanation. I thought they fell out of the boat! That makes sense that they got out on purpose to lighten the load. I hope it didn't feel too cold for them!

Bergson said...

The building is on fire

a very beautiful photograph of a very beautiful sight

Sharm said...

i love newyork .. i wish i could visit it once in ma life ...

Sharm , Egypt ..