Crossing Third Avenue, catching the sunshine after the blizzard of the day before.
What a difference a day makes, twenty-four little hours . . .
Shimmering images I like. It adds mystery even though we can see the subject.
Thank you Gerard! I should have titled this “After the Snow Plough.” To think an elevated railway once ran up this avenue!
You have the eye of a master cinematographer. This shot is ….I don’t know how to put it other than to say cinematic in the most beautiful and evocative way. A great New York story is about to unfold from this opening shot.
Wow, Lanier, honestly I am overcome . . .
It is better to be overcome than overlooked!
Amazing – where’d it all go? Cool photo.
Thank you Terry but that snow, shoved aside to wither and lie, was no match for the ploughs . ..
Amazing city canyons, Patti!
This is one of the wider canyons Annie.
Love the picture. am in the process of learning how to load pictures onto the computer. NYC always manages to exude a promise of a new beginning after a catastrophe.
Tom, can’t wait to see your pictures!
Another stunning shot for the gallery wall. The colour is an absolute delight.
Well, speaking of gallery walls, have you given thought to your own display?
Looks downright balmy!
Tropical winter paradise!
Wow, where’s the snow?
I know! That silver lining down Third Avenue doesn’t show all the snow lined up on the sides!
Almost feels as though I am there! LOvely image Patti. I can imagine the armies of workers who spruced it up for business. tomwisk expressed it poetically and I agree, New York City always gives the feeling it can rise again.
The snow ploughs were out on patrol and getting that snow out of the way. Lovely to have you there with me, thank you Philippa!
Exquisite take, Patti … I LOVE IT!!! I think this may be my favourite on your blog so far 🙂
Thank you Paula, that means so much!
I’m very happy to see that you are seeing a little bit of sunshine, Ms. K…
nature can be so very bizarre…
Thank you SiG, that was yesterday, I mean the day before . . . today’s low cloud and mist has distorted my time/place continuum!
Sorry, Ms. K…
as soon as I’d commented on this post I scrolled up to your latest image and found myself executing my customary face-palm maneuver. I might figure out what day it is one of these days… maybe. 🙂
When you do figure out what day it is, will you please let me know? 🙂
What a difference a day makes,
twenty-four little hours . . .
What a fabulous version of this great song – simple and so sweet! Thank you Frizz!
nice contrast 🙂
Thank you Joshi 🙂
I remember that song.
Every minute change comes. From a scary event to something totally peaceful and beautiful.
It was such a dazzling blaze of sunshine to be hit with after the blizzard!
This photo is just amazing.
Thank you kind Cardinal!
Just gorgeous – I can almost feel like I can take those buildings and push them out from the middle, let in more light and blue!
Lovely shot! Trying to imagine what state our roads would be in if we ever had snow 😀
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