Tuesday, March 9, 2010

A Beautiful Day at Union Square Park

East 14Th near Broadway in Manhattan.

16 comments:

  1. How pretty that is. I like it a lot. And blue skies! Yippee!

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  2. What a terrific capture! But then all of your photos are delightful, James! I loved all the parks in NYC that I got to visit when I was able to travel there. Hope your week is going well!

    Sylvia

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  3. Wow, what a beautiful blue sky. New York has some great parks.

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  4. I love all the details, so many things to look at. It's great to see a blue sky!
    Sunny :)

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  5. Seen through your eyes, NY seems to be a quite little town near a river, with beautyful parks..Almost a quiet place!..
    It must be because of your own internal peace!
    There are so much things to see in that sky!

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  6. This picture is splendid, everything perfect in so beautiful composition.Wow those lamps are really clean!:)
    The blue sky is a dream of Spring!
    Thanks a lot,
    Hugs
    Léia

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  7. So many interesting things to see here! Wonderful!

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  8. You capture the season in perfect balance, when the sky is already so blue, but the trees are still so bare....

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  9. You too are having blue skies!

    It's a cheerful picture - it feels busy there even though there are no people in the picture!

    Lucy

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  10. Jepp, lovely blue sky! Wish I can visit US some day..
    Have a great evening!

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  11. Jepp, lovely blue sky! Wish I can visit US some day..
    Have a great evening!

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  12. I think this is an exceptional photo. It is a close up of the lamp, a mid view of the statue and buildings in the distance with the flag flying high in the middle. Really nice.

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  13. I like all the different images that are backdropped by the beautiful blue sky.

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  14. Yay for nice days. Nice composition here too!

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  15. Whoa, when were you in NYC? Marvelous shots, James! :)

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