Thursday, April 9, 2009

Lincoln Center

Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center has recently been renovated (rebuilt) and the results are spectacular.
City Opera in the background..
Cool!
Dig those angles!

22 comments:

Virginia said...

Are you being sarcastic KM? It's not like you to groove on such as this. I'm skeptical.
V

James said...

I dig the reflections in the third photo. Far out. Cool post.

Lori Skoog said...

Fabulous shots! I wish I was in that building....

Donna Gehl said...

Excellent shots. It has been a few years since I've been to NY and the village is where I like to stay and spend my time. This looks like a wonderful stop.

Hilda said...

I adore those glass walls! Love your crazy angle in the first photo too!

Lily Hydrangea said...

this is so cool. I can't wait to see this in person. Love the last people shot too.
Your Soylent green photo is a riot! I remember seeing that when I was a kid & it scared the heck out of me.

Steve H. said...

What interesting pictures. Very nice!

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I like the angel in the first one Ken. Great stuff as always. :)

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Fantastic...WOwwww..:) BTW I am an ardent traveller.
I have started a new blog that shows my passion for traveling—unseenrajasthan

joo said...

The refectios in the glass walls are cool. Nice photos.

Laurie said...

TOTALLY digging those angles!

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

New york is the best for Geometry. Not always for blue skies. Stunning.

As much as you travel, it will be interesting if you have stumbled upon the subject in our post!

sonia a. mascaro said...

Great photos as always!

Have a Happy Easter!

Daryl said...

You made it up to MY neck of the hood ... I was there not long ago and got this (among others)

http://onthem104.blogspot.com/2009/04/thursday-in-hood.html

joy said...

I love this building. I know we're supposed to lament old NY going by the wayside, but I seriously love this building. Given what was there before, and now, it's just gorgeous.

Oh, and even more so at night.

Adam said...

Fantastic photos, and yes, it looks great. Who was the architect?

This is a building that invites people inside, or shares the street with them - not like the building I blogged about!

marley said...

All I can say is Angle-o-rama! very nice. I always thought the Licoln Center was a bit of an eyesore, I stand corrected. I'll have to check it out next time I get to visit NY.

altadenahiker said...

I dig.

Virginia said...

In the last one are you digging the angle or the ANGEL??? Hummmmm?
V

Dave said...

An amazing building Ken. Great photos too. - Dave

Babooshka said...

You dug to the other side with these.

• Eliane • said...

You're in my hood again.
I was very sceptic when they started this. I thought it was unecessary: the building that was there was already quite nice. But I really like it. Did you go to the concert?