I like the contrast in the buildings in this photo. The modern, glass Frost Tower and the Historic Driskill Hotel. Downtown Austin is full of these contrasts, and it’s great, as long as we don’t lose all of the “Old Austin”.
Here is my artistic photo of my stairs at night. I like the geometric shapes, and the way it came out in black and white!
I love taking photos of buildings, specially when there are interesting geometric shapes involved in the design. I took several and I like this one, with the sun glowing off the window.
These are a few of my favorite photos from Washington DC. I know I got carried away, but this is just a touch of what I got! These are images from DC tourist spots, buildings, people at the Cherry Blossom parade and Japanese Street festival, and also Arlington National Cemetery.
These are some of my favorite photos I shot in NYC. The Coney Island photo I like because it looks like it captured it being abandoned. It’s kind of sad. The Firefighters just happened to be walking on the bridge, I could not believe it! What a great shot! I had a blast with the Grand Central Station shot. I think it captures the energy and movement of the station.
Day 5 we went to Coney Island, I found it sad, it almost looked like an abandoned old park like in the movies. I hope it was just off season and they take care of it better. Then I went to Lincoln Center, walked around and went to dinner.
We had a busy Easter Sunday. After we went to church at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, just a block away (gorgeous gothic building, I wish I could have photographed it!!), we went to Brooklyn, walked the Brooklyn Bridge and went to the top of the Rockefeller Center.
Yes, I am sort of cheating. I took this photo a couple of days ago, but I really like them so I thought I would post them. I had a crazy busy weekend, so I a going back to previously taken photos. 🙂
There must have been an event going on since they had the Long Center lit up in pink. I love the color of the pink with the blue sky!
I actually took this photo yesterday while I was downtown. It’s the reflection of the Frost Building. I saw it earlier when we were driving there, so I had to walk back and photograph it.