Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Looking Up in Little Italy


Or in their case looking down at the Feast of San Gennaro. Mulberry st. between Spring and Prince st.

18 comments:

  1. Wonderful shots! Got to love New York city.

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  2. I love these! It's great that the two people were hanging out the window at the same time you took the pic....

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  3. I love how you did the close up of the two people. You know my friend, you captured this exactly what is in my mind of back east. it's perfect :)

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  4. Terrific captures, James! And I, too, love the close-up! It does indeed look like "back east" to me as well! Have a wonderful day!

    Sylvia

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  5. The best part is the open window with the people resting their elbows on the windowsill watching life outside the window.

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  6. Looks like a Hotel I stayed in suring my New york visit of 2001.

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  7. SO New York...and, I saw this so often in Venice, Italy so many years ago. Love it!

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  8. I like a lot that lovely couple there, it's beautiful!
    Wonderful pictures and details.The first one reminds me Torino.I took some pictures searching for windows, but nothing compares to your work.You are very talented!
    Hugs
    Léia

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  9. Cool, I love the way they are looking out the window.

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  10. I like the repeated lines of the fire escapes here!

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  11. This is so very much your 'style'.

    Esther Montgomery

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  12. Wonderful. I love New York but who doesn't...

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  13. Brilliant photos of, what I suppose, typically American houses.
    Thanks for your visit, James!

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  14. Those outside stairs are soooo american, even if you're in little "Italy"! :)I'd like to go there, makes me think of the 3 "Godfather" of Coppola, with Brando and Pacino..
    Also saw your yesterday's post: not only they have a croc in NYC, but they lost it?!!!
    those frenchies must be crazy! :)))
    Glad to be back, thank you for your lovely comments!

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  15. I love the bottom shot! Not only the building details are beautiful but also the old couple add so much to the photo!

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  16. The bottom shot is great. I agree with JM, the details and the couple make the composition you created.

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  17. A couple of the old men is pretty. .


    Thank you.
    ruma

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