Tuesday, February 2, 2010

thru the red door

9 comments:

Louis la Vache said...

Wow.
What a moody image!
Excellent capture!

Carolyn said...

Love the geometry.

jeannette stgermain said...

Lovely! People will always remember your address:)

Chuck Pefley said...

This is a bizarre image, Ken. There is something very captivating about it, though, and I find myself looking at it ever more closely. There are so many elements and each is so different. The fact that it works, for me, is intriguing ... mixed light, geometric patterns, slanted ground that falls off ... circle and squares, parallel lines of angled staircase and missing window grid, triangle over door, graffiti either on glass or just beyond ...

Captivating!

joo said...

Interesting place!

Jarart said...

It looks a little southwestern with the stucco and color.

Virginia said...

THIS IS NOT NYC!! It's .......well I don't know but it's not NYC. LOVE it. Love the red, love the stucco etc
V

Goggla said...

Very nice...where is this? It looks so out of place, but is probably something we pass regularly. I love the stucco texture coupled with the bricks and window squares...

Anonymous said...

I believe it's 400 E. 9th Street?