Monday, October 16, 2006

Morningside Heights, Amsterdam Avenue Between 118th and 116th Streets

Mary Sargent © 2006 …………….....……….. click to enlarge

This is the last shot of my October 7 walk, now turning on Amsterdam and walking downtown to 110th, then back to Broadway and subway home. Columbia University to the right in this shot.


Anonymous said...

Dirty sidewalk!


Anonymous said...

Merci pour cette ballade dans le Quartier de 'Morningside Heights'. Un quartier tres beau de NYC et tres vivant grace à l'université.
J'aime beaucoup 'the riverside church' pour son architecture (et aussi pour les concerts qui ont lieu dans l'église).

Thank you for this ballade in the District for “Morningside Heights”. A very beautiful of NYC and very alive district thanks to the university. I like much “the riverside church” for his architecture (and also for the concerts which takes place in the church)

Tom said...

I really like this one. It seems I am often drawn to the color. The yellow truck and the green scarf just make this photo.

Carol said...

(Olivier, even I can understand your French! Yay!)

Anyway, to not be distracted: To me, this is a quintissential (spelling?) New York scene: kind of sad, kind of unbeautiful, very "real." And I like the animated pink flyer (cute!). And cuteness rules.

flyinglady said...

I just noticed the fabulous little square of red behind the woman's head. That, and the sad little bag on the meter's head really make it for me composition-wise. A quite poignant photograph.