They don't build like this anymore, do they? Love these balconies and the whole look to many of these buildings in New York. If I remember correctly, this is down Broadway in the 20's or so. In any case, there are lots of buildings in New York of this style. I thought a black and white was appropriate as this building gives me an old time New York feel.
Walking past a storefront display in New York and this color is going to draw my eye (which is the point, of course). But having a camera in hand, a picture is made. Now I wish I had that many hands to help with the dishes.
Got some great frozen waterfall shots out at Starved Rock today. Tired but always happy when I can bring back at least one good shot. According to the map, we hiked maybe 4 or 5 miles. By the time we got back, Bill and I were saying it was at least a 10 or 15 miler.
It's supposed to be some old world street scene in Florence or Paris, but no, it is a shopping center on Rodeo Drive. Still, the weather is very nice for a stroll among stores that only the rich can afford.
A family that plays together, stays together. Don't know for sure if they are all one family, but it is a strange to see everyone out on the Strand and on the beach in Hermosa Beach during the winter while the rest of the country seems to be buried in snow, ice and winter weather.
View of the top of the bridge looking from Covington, Kentucky into Cincinnati over the Ohio River. Cincinnati was in the throws of last week's storm during the shot. Lots of snow and ice this winter. This will be one to remember for years and years.
I was going to post a winter shot and I will get some up. But after an hour with the snow blower, I don't want another winter shot. I want baseball. Only two months until Opening Day. Can you believe it? This shot is from a White Sox/Yankee game in new Yankee Stadium.