Thursday, April 10, 2008

Guitars

It's amazing how you can live in a place for so long and still be discovering new places. I never knew before that there is a block-long section on West 47th Street that is filled with stores selling musical instruments. This shot was from one that specializes in guitars. I didn't recognize any of the signed photos on the walls, but I thought the guitars made for a cool picture.

13 comments:

Wayfaring Wanderer said...

Indeed, a very cool shot! I love how it draws to a vanishing point, nicely seen, Lori :o)

Dorothee said...

Hi Lori,
Great pic! It also matches very well with my last post, Check it out :-)

Blue Wave 707 said...

Those are some nice-looking classic Fender guitars.

lv2scpbk said...

Love this photo. Nice one.

nazzareno said...

I don't know nothing of guitars but the whole it is suggestive, and then... as not to recognize the photo of Sting...

John Roberts said...

I like the repeating pattern of the guitar bodies. Nice angle for this shot.

Gudl said...

You are right, that is definitely a cool picture!
I think in NYC you will never run out of 'new objects' !!
Thanks for sharing them with us!

Greg C said...

They make a very nice picture. Great work.

Wanda said...

Oh my grandson Elijah would love it...he is playing the acustic and electric guitars now.

Really nice shot of them all in a row!!

marley said...

It is a cool picture! One of the reasons I love Daily City Photo Blogging is the fact you discover places and learn things about the town/city you live in! Its all there to be found :)

Moi said...

oh they certainly make an exceptionally cool image.....great work, Lori.

Katherine Aucoin said...

Your picture is cool Lori. I think it would make a great poster

annulla said...

Great shot! Some of those instrument stores on West 47th St are like museums, with displays of the guitars played by Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, John Lennon and others. Well worth a visit, even if you don't know a Gibson from a Martin.

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