Get thee back to my blog and go down a day or two. You missed your tribute Buster.The Cheyenne is here in town. I don't think anything's been done. I got an odd email about it.V
I agree with you, Ken Mac, this building is very beautiful!Thanks for your congratulation and nice words to my daughter. We both appreciate so much your comment. And Flora sends thanks to you waving her tail. Lol!
What a neat shape. These 'old, established firms' put a lot of our newer constructions to shame!
Wow, I love this building and this shot. Hope it stays safe from the long arm of the developers.
This is a lovely building! Nice shot as well, the sky has a sort fo dramatic look to it.
Beautiful shot Ken! What time of day was this?
Nice shot I love old buildings. I enjoy the detail, we dont seem to get detailing any more. In the old days even stuff that was to remain unseen was built with a passion Now its not cared about.
They don't build them like they used to. Love the way you photographed it!
I just read about the'beca in a recent novel. Thanks for the pic
They sure don't make them like that anymore. It sort of reminds me of the building on Chestnut and 7th in Philadelphia. I think this one is taller and thinner though.
I miss NY! This city is awesome indeed! :) Fabulous building and wonderful capture!Léia
What a great perspective you got in your shot! Super building.
Lonely and neglected, but really interesting architecture.Excellent shot!
Imagining all the human drama thats played out behind those windows.
This building has a true presence to it. Its like a senior citizen that deserves respect just for its age alone.
a great shot...good perspective...like it
Living in Boston I have seen my share of "urban renewal". Some buildings that we just took for granted are sorely missed when they are gone. To quote Joni Mitchell: "you don't know what you've got till its one, they've paved paradise and put up a parking lot". Thanks Ken for helping use remember before everything is gone.
It looked a bit lonely and out of place. Do houses have feelings? :-)
Curious as to why this narrow tall building is alone in the sky.
That's a great building indeed.
I would love to live in a building like this. The old ones have such rich character in them.
kind of a bleak view. I like it!
Very beautiful! Last of? That is a shame.
Great building and photo. I love old buildings
This is great! I love architural photos, nice ones like this.
I love the design of it.
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