This post has a variety of images. Firstly – some more building shots.
When visiting New York it is essential to use the subway. Usually you use it to get from Point A to Point B, but this chap found another use.
I wonder what the hands on the hips was about? Perhaps it was the wrong train.
I liked these shots of people on another platform.
Manhattan Rooftops. This first shot was of an apartment on the roof of another building. This was taken from our apartment.
A rooftop party.
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A sign I liked.
The view from our apartment at night.
Here is the ultimate place for a photographer to eat in New York. A 1950’s style hamburger joint. The colors are amazing. If you can’t take a good photograph here, then enjoy the burgers! They are around 2nd Ave and East 86th St, but they are also on the Internet.
Nannup has a festival at this time of the year. Lots of tulips in the main street, craft shops, and the historical society have a great collection of old photos. The place I like best is an antique shop that is an old shed packed to the rafters with everything (and I mean everything). Bargain Hunt would do well to base an episode on this shop.
Just going through my Paris shots. I liked this building at the time and still find myself looking in the windows to see who is working late! Also I like the cobblestones in the road. The bottom floor is a Peugot dealership – they obviously go to great lengths to display the cars.
Sometimes the hotel has amazing views, but more often you wind up in a room at the back of the hotel overlooking a rather drab outlook. However it always seems there is a window that may prove interesting, or a stairway that seems superfluous.
One thing about shots from a hotel room – you don’t have to go far to take the shot! Lazy photography!
I have been going back through my images from the UK in Jan/Feb. This was taken in Paddington station, London (after the security guard gave permission – trust me!). The temperature was around zero with snow flurries outside. In this image I liked the travellers outside. The man struggling with his luggage (in a hurry) and also the man with the green bag (in no apparent hurry) caught my eye. But I keep keep getting drawn to the warmth (or appearance of warmth!) inside the shops. The magnificent roof towers above and I found the roof of the station incredibly interesting (I posted an earlier image of the roof of Paddington station).
Ok – it was 4.49 Pounds not dollars but I haven’t worked out how to insert a pound sign yet.