Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
I did a Steam Punk photo shoot the other day. I LOVE stream punk <3
I think nature itself would freak if it snowed here now. All the trees are already covered in new leaves, and everything is a vibrant green! The snow pics just look depressing to me.
My slab of the American Dream has been poured.
Awesome! Looks to be a bowed front? Do you have plans you could post? I love housing architecture. My wife and I have been discussing building our next home. That would be 8 to 10 years from now. However that hasn't stopped me from designing it.
Should look about like this:
Detached garage in the back with a full suite for my mother.
^ Nice, Squiggy! I love that second-floor porch.
I imagine I'm going to get locked out on that in my undies many, many times.
^ I don't doubt it. Invest in some very comfy deck furniture.
Sweet digs, Squiggy! I'm jealous.
And steampunk certainly agrees with you ... fabulous shots!
What a wonderful set! I really like how you've captured the natural beauty in each photo!
A couple more from my recent uploads:
Awesome pics. I really like the one of the people sitting on the bench.
This is where I walk the dogs
These are the dogs
And this is nap time
Awww! That middle picture is great. What cute little faces.
Hux, sweet doggie faces!
Ancient Mariner, I especially like the two b&w pics. I can't quite read the sign -- what park is the first one in?
Saving Squiggy's floor plans for next time I get a Sims game.
Love the bench and the Citicorp (?) images!!
Awesome shots as always AM.
Here are a few I got around to processing.
I took this one today while at Central Park with my daughter.
The rest are from last summer.
I don't know who pics I like better. Mariner's or Dragon's. The two of you wonderfully capture the magic of what is the best city in the world.
Oh and the Lizard and Doggie pics.....
And Squiggle's new home...
Thanks! That's Madison Square Park, which is next to the Flatiron Building (West 23rd Street to West26th Street - which, interestingly enough, is not exactly near the more famous Madison Square Garden, which is several blocks away).
The neat thing is, those last few shots from SD are from a photo shoot we did together last August. I haven't finished uploading mine either, but you can see some of them HERE. I love being able to compare the shots and see how SD captured the same setting. It's pretty damned cool (and inspiring)!
Likewise! It's awesome to see your Roosevelt Island shots, too. I especially like the shot of the bridge, and the one of the pipe and railing. Great stuff!
Just a couple more of mine from that day:
Separate names with a comma.