New York Life Tower as seen from Happy Cog
Filed under: architecture, Brands, cities, Design, Happy Cog™, New York City
Jeffey – what a great looking shot! June storms can be so striking – Thanks!
Mr. Z… This is a jaw-dropping photo.
Ugly render :p
All joking aside though, it’s something I start to notice more an more often, photography looking more like computer graphics rather than the other way around.
There is no Dana only Zuul.
Terrific photo Jeff.
I love NYC. I’d move there in a heart beat. If I had the money. :-)
The coolest spot to have an office full of designers: Manhattan NYC :}
Here’s what i got as a feed in my google reader from your blog. I thought yu should know. It’s probably a draft. But if i got it other RSS followers might be getting it too.
I will never forget my father’s words.
There’s this thing that men and women can do, that apparently a lot of men think about, that most women don’t want to do.
If I were a woman, I wouldn’t want to do it.
I was fourteen and just learning about these things, so I asked my dad about it.
He told me he wasn’t interested, because:
I was fourteen and had just found out about anal sex.
I asked my dad about it. He said he wasn’t interested, because (wait for it):
“I have too much respect for a lady’s vagina.”
It’s the comic pathos of that abstracted possessive that has always haunted me.
nice shot, hdr by chance?
We’ve been getting some rather dramatic [and rather unseasonal] weather here in Cadiz province that looks like that too. ‘Cept for you’ll need to replace the tower with a small goat-adorned-white-village-up-a-mountain.
[btw - I can vouch for the rather out-of character rss feed item too. wtf?]
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