Squint a little and see how the shadows turn into stairs (or maybe you see something entirely different?). I enjoyed the angles and the play of light and shadows on a recent walk through New York.
Archive for the ‘city’ Tag
Near Wall Street in lower Manhattan, a few buildings remind us of how it looked in the early days before skyscrapers took over the island. The second be looks like a precursor of the Flatiron Building to me.
Canon Powershot G12
Paris is great for all kinds of couples. Here are just a few examples.
The kissing couple:
The ‘I’d rather spend my time with my cellphone’ couple:
The fashionable tourist couple (with matching hats):
All kinds of couples, basically:
So many streets in Paris feature buildings that seem to lean against each other, each one at a different angle.
Yes, just about everyone knows these and they’ve been photographed from all possible angles – but when you’re in Paris it’s hard NOT to take pictures of some of the icons that make this city so lovely and unique:
On a recent trip to Paris, I strolled through several of the beautiful covered shopping arcades that were built in the early 1800’s. Click on any picture to see them in slide show format.
I was inspired by this lovely post on a blog I follow, which has great insider tips about Paris. Thanks Theodora!