Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Street writing


These markings on the street caught my eye recently. I'm not sure what they mean, some instructions for Con Edison I suppose. Wish I could have gotten a closer shot.

8 comments:

Olivier said...

très belle vue aérienne d'une rue new yorkaise

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love all of the orange and red against the dark grey - a perfect compliment to the umbrellas.

Babzy said...

nice view , the two big coloured umbrellas enlight the scene :)

RinBlft said...

They sure were busy little workers. Perhaps they were laying out a golf course. :-)))

Blue Wave 707 said...

Looks like a big construction project will take place.

the plainsman said...

Good shot of workmen' efforts morphing into art. Colors represent each different underground utility.

Ida L, Press Assistant at Wave Hill said...

Hi missbinnyc,

I’m happy to share that Wave Hill, in partnership with the High Line and Fort Tryon Park, is offering a 4-part weekly series of seasonal photography sessions led by Benjamin Swett. Sessions are designed for both novice and experienced photographers to explore the technical and aesthetic aspects of outdoor photography through a guided tour of the site. The last session includes a critique of everyone’s work. The weekly sessions are held on Thursday from 1-4 pm starting on October 14th at the High Line, followed by Fort Tryon Park, and the last two at Wave Hill. The 4-series fee is $135 for Wave Hill, High Line and Fort Tryon Park members; $175 for non-members. Single session fee, if space allows, is $35 for Wave Hill, High Line and Fort Tryon Park members; $45 for non-members. Space is limited; register early!

We hope to see you soon!
Ida
Press Assistant at Wave Hill

Wanda said...

Give a group of construction workers a box of colored chalk and see what happens... they like to draw too. HaHa Cute picture.