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8.20.2011

my manhattan: and the rain moves in.


wouldn't mind having that window

ubiquitous red brick

the met

looking up

exploration in color

along fifth ave

green, green vines

walking home

rain moving in

i found my lens cap. forgot how much i missed the crisp click the cannon makes.


28 comments:

Jeneric Generation said...

I am glad you found your lens cap! That last one is especially beautiful. There is the slightest hint of fall in these pictures that makes me yearn for NYC and You've Got Mail.

Sladjana said...

How gorgeous!
There is some magic in the air when rain starts falling ....

:)
xo
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marissa (stylebook) said...

beautiful.

Ana Magdalena said...

yayy you founded!!

we missed your beautiful photos.

Mackenzie said...

ummmmm, i want to live in your manhattan. ivy covered things reserve a very special place in my heart! xo love your photos as usual, meg.

Daina @ New York State of Mind said...

Great photos. The rain was so crazy last night! It was the perfect night for a movie marathon at my apartment by myself.

Hope you have a great weekend!

Chloe Madison said...

Love our city :-)

Chloe
chloe-madison.blogspot.com

Alison said...

thunder storms are the best here in idaho, too! love the second to last image, especially. glad you found your lens cap!

Jenni Austria Germany said...

everything jenny (top comment) said, i want to say. so...just read her comment again.

Britti said...

Until last week we had a very rainy summer here in Germany and everyone complained, I liked it. Now it's so hot, and everyone complains again...
I really love your pictures. Especially #6, the light is just gorgeous. What camera do you use?
xo

communikate. said...

I miss the excitement of a summer storm. Here in Portland it's like "oh...rain again? surprise surprise."

Oh, and yip yip for finding the lens cap! I love your photos!!

Nostalgia said...

The pictures are beautiful, they make me miss NYC so much. I am thinking of a new camera too - Canon seems to be great. Did you go through a process of choosing between Canon vs some other brand (Nikon? Pentax?). I'm throwing a question in case you have time, but if not - I completely understand.
Also, if you feel like sharing, could you make a post about your favorite blogs? Something you follow on pretty much daily basis?
Thank you.

Claire Kiefer said...

I've never been a photographer or had a fancy camera, but these are some gorgeous shots. Your Manhattan posts always make me want to hop on a plane to NYC for a visit.

Stevie Leigh said...

Wasn't it crazy? I was trying to catch a cab in the downpour last night - yikes.

Katie said...

Oh my gosh that sky!! Love these pictures xo

kura2025 said...

I love ivy covered buildings! I wish there was a way to achieve the look without all the damage ivy causes.
The shot of the storm cloud behind the bridge is fantastic! It realy makes the lights of the bridge stand out.

Jennila said...

Love the thrill of seeing places I recognize- you passed Yura! and Ok Market! You make all parts of new york look absolutely beautiful and magical.

BuoyantlyBlithe said...

I'm glad you found it!! Beautiful shots!

Cocoa said...

I absolutely love that you post on weekends!
and there's nothing like a crisp Canon image. (:

Erin {pughs' news} said...

Yes to the first comment about You've Got Mail! I was thinking the same thing...

Beautiful photos, Meg. What a fabulous city you live in. One of these days, I'll get there to see it for myself!

emily said...

i do enjoy your "my manhattans". and now that i am a new manhattan-er, i want to adopt something similar. i love it.

Ashley said...

Oh my gosh Meg!! That last photo of the George Washington (correct??) bridge is amazing!! Thanks for sharing your thoughts and pictures with us all. =)

anna said...

lovely images. makes me want to take a nice little trip to the city!

anna
www.embracethesunshine.blogspot.com

~BB~ said...

I absolutely LOVE your Manhattan photos. Thank you for sharing - as someone who's never been lucky enough to visit NY, I love to see pictures of the places I will go someday. And that storm is beautiful! So glad you captured it. {Have I ever mentioned how I envy your life in the city??}

Ashley Jean said...

so much green :)
love the photos.!.

paddle to shore said...

New york is beautiful under a giant cloud.

Anna said...

Gorgeous photos. I love all the ivy!

Kate said...

I love all the ivy and greenery!