“The building’s identity resided in the ornament.”
Filed under Architecture, Influences, My Favorite Things, New York, New York City, photography, wisdom, wise quotes
Tagged as Art Deco doorway, Central Park West, Cherry blossoms against Central Park West, Louis Sullivan, Manhattan, nature photography, New York, New York City, New York in the spring, photography, pink hydrangea in a flower box, quotes about architecture, Upper West Side, wisteria
OH, those wisteria! Not something we find around here too much.
I do love redbud. I was looking at purchasing one today.
Magnificent!!!! I loved every one of those pics…. What a wonderful view to look at!
Thanks, so much Denise! This spring has been a particularly beautiful one in NYC. Today I’m headed out to walk along the grove of cherry trees in Central Park near where we live. The blooms are at their peak, so they won’t last too much longer…
On Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 8:52 AM, JOANA MIRANDA STUDIO wrote:
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