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moleman series: st patrick’s cathedral

moleman series: st patrick's cathedral

..ahh, monday…

..for those of you who haven’t ventured inside the st. patrick’s cathedral on fifth avenue, here’s what it looks like..

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moleman series: fifth avenue

moleman series: fifth avenue

..to start off with the “moleman” series, here’s Fifth Avenue, shot from “below” Atlas, a 45 feet sculpture created by Lee Lawrie, a famous architectural sculptor..

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St. Pat

St. Pat

Until I get a license & a ride, I’ve no choice but to do mostly the NY series – interspersed with some random Alabama of course. Now here’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral yet again. I’m tempted to clone out the building beside it.. Hmmnn.. Nah..

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Turrets

Turrets

Ate quite a lot this lunch and since it’s such a fine day, decided to walk around the back alleys of Gotham. Here’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral as viewed from the Villard House.

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Devotion

Devotion

Nothing special today, just woke up later than usual & missed the morning mass we usually go to. Went to St. Patrick instead & tried out Sezzy’s prime lens. Fast, sharp & affordable, I might as well get one too. (Bokeh bokeh bokeh bokeh bokeh bokeh bokeh) =)

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where’s the parade?

where's the parade?

It’s the first day of OHNY 2007, and the first time for us to join, unlucky for us the weather was a bit overcast and gloomy. To the left is St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the view was fantastic not unlike viewing St. Patrick’s from below we had a different perspective of the cathedral along with fifth avenue. To top it off, peering over Rockefeller Center Rooftop Garden there was a parade going on so the short wait was worth it.

In a few months, the building in the middle (Saks Fifth Avenue) will be adorned with lights for the holidays.