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