Wicked photo! Got me hearin' James Taylor - "Up On The Roof." What a stimulating collection of shapes, shadows, textures. The almost undulating feel of the tar paper, and the amoebic window of reflection with clouds. The static and dynamic features create a hungry tension. So many elements, hard to stay focused on one thing. Beautimus delectii!!
Hey, wow. I somehow totally missed your title for this photo when I looked at it earlier. Perfect!
This looks amazing! Surreal looking.
Daliesque indeed. Fabulous!
boromax has be humming along. Now KM , that photo is a bit creepy. Take me back to a nice greasy spoon diner s'il vous plait.V
Man that's Surreal.
Perfect title for this scene.
Great skies Ken. Really look like a Dali creation.Have a great weekend.Costas
I love it, very good!!!
Wow. Beautifully surreal.
Wow, what a roof pattern
Looks to me like a Drifter up on the roofTop picture indeedciao4nowCk
A massive reworking, and very successful.
Wonderful photo (and title).This article, even tho its about the upper west side, made me think of your blog -http://www.nytimes.com/2010/10/09/nyregion/09metjournal.html?hp
Looks like the day after Armageddon
Wicked cool shot. It's Dali alright. The foreground, the sky. A keeper!
wow. The contrast is really high in this image. I really like the rooftops we have in NYC. They're interesting and not really publicized.
the sun was so bright when I took this shot, I could barely see. So while I did hit Photoshop, the blazing sun was the real ingredient!
Is that a "montre molle" in the foreground? :-))) Very different from usual NYC photos, for sure.
Love the puddle.
Amazing and surreal!
Boy that photo draws you in. Amazing background and foreground, wow.
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