Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Spots of Sun


I loved the way the sun was shining on this building when I was passing by one day. The building is Congregation Shearith Israel on Central Park West, otherwise known as the Spanish and Portugese Synagogue in the City of New York. This building was built to house the oldest Jewish Congregation in the country. (They were founded in 1654 and were the first Jewish congregation in North America, according to nyc-architecture.com).

8 comments:

Wanda said...

The sun can do remarkable things can't it. There is something about sunshine and shadows that just intriege me. Beautiful shot Lori ~~ Beautiful!

DaveM said...

Sun spots on a building, I'm looking forward to a spot of sun on me.

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The Cooking Ninja said...

I love this pic and how the sun spots on the building.

Gudl said...

That is truly a magnificent shot and building!

nazzareno said...

Isn't it amazing!It seems that the sunlight plays in this ancient structure.

Blue Wave 707 said...

Cool shot, Lori!

Isn't it amazing how the sun's reflection off of mirrored glass can be?

marley said...

The sun is creating a lovely pattern in your photo, well taken.