Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Spanish Harlem, 111th Street Between Second and First Avenues


Mary Sargent © 2007 …………………………………….. click to enlarge

Window guards are very common in New York, especially at street level, but I don't believe I've ever seen them painted pink before. And not only that, the metal covers in the sidewalk are pink. Truly inspired. And now I'm craving to come back at dusk when those globe lights come on.

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4 comments:

Barbara said...

Love the color! Beautiful photograph. Could it really look this wonderful in person.

Croolrool said...

Makes me wannna go out right this minute (actually, I'm out now, in library) and get me a huge rasberry ice cream cone (am I misspelling "rasberry"? Mind gone now). Or else get something cool and minty.

Barbara said...

I had to come back and look at those pinks again! Still thinking abour pink for an outdoor sculpture.

"Sylvia" said...

there is a rose in Spanish Harlem....