Friday, January 25, 2008

Downtown Buildings


Well, I've run out of photos again! This is just a picture of some random buildings in downtown Manhattan. I have nothing special to say about them, unfortunately! It is amazing how tightly they can squeeze them in though. I hope I can get out and get some new photos this weekend. A good weekend to everyone!

13 comments:

Olivier said...

la grande foret d'immeubles de Downtown. je te souhaite un bon weekend

The vast forest of buildings Downtown. I wish you a good weekend

Gardener Greg said...

I need to do the same. I am way behind in my photography. Have a great weekend.

nazzareno said...

a beautiful composition and an evocative color that is approached black and white. Beautiful.

A good weekend!Ciao.

meredic said...

Blimey they are big.
There is hardly a building above three floors within twenty miles of my mountain.

Blue Wave 707 said...

NYC epitomizes the term "concrete jungle", however it also shows off some pretty interesting architecture at the same time.

Wanda said...

I love this skyline. Also the darkness of the picture gives it a cetain mystery.

DaveM said...

Its that time of year for running out of shots. Hopefully the weekend weather will be kind enough for you to get out and about.

marley said...

Yet again you have won my own personal competition for my favourite photo of the day! You may have run out but this is a fantastic photo. Hope you have a good weekend too.

Ming the Merciless said...

It is an amazing photo, nonetheless. It reflects the spirit of NYC.

Moi said...

kinda overwhelming for a newcomer to the city. have a beautiful weekend.

Gudl said...

That is a great photograph! So "New York-ish"

lv2scpbk said...

This is still a good photo. I am about out of photos too. Time to go looking.

GMG said...

Sorry again for having been a bit absent, but my week was too hectic...
Always loved the downtown skyline and your picture is gorgeous! Amazingly, I've been only once at Grant's tomb; it was in 1979, and I never went back; have to check it again...
Thanks for the comments at Blogtrotter
Have a great week!
Gil