Sunday, October 3, 2010

Mosaic Monday: Around Times Square

This time last year, give or take a few days
I spent a few days in upstate New York
photographing goddess women, autumn color,
kite festivals and antique shops.

Then I headed to the Big Apple
for a bite or two. I love its energy!


Snap said...

Fun mosaic! So much to see and do ... love the naked cowboy!

Vee said...

New York has a flavor like no other city in the world and you captured it well!

KarenHarveyCox said...

I love Time Square. Your mosaic says it all. I used to live in Manhattan, and I just love to people watch. There is always plenty to see and hear in Times Square.

A Garden of Threads said...

Great mosaic. I have never been, invites my to visit. Enjoy your week.

GrandmaK said...

I like the photos...well done! Cathy

EG Wow said...

Oh WOW!, Meri. I visit Upstate New York several times a year and NEVER see such great stuff as this. I want to travel with YOU! :)

Meri said...

Snap: The Naked Cowboy was a bit of a surprise, but I guess he's around a lot.

Vee: this time my friend and I took a sightseeing bus so we could get a flavor of different areas. Great thing to do.

Karen: So where are you living now?

Garden of Threads: I suspect, like most big cities, you either love it or hate it. We stayed at the Marriott Marquis right on Times Square and it was fun to have all that activity just outside the door.

GrandmaK: there's so much to photograph in NYC.

EGWow: I'm always looking for traveling buddies for photo shoots. Maybe next week I'll do a mosaic based on the upstate New York shots. Truly, you can always find great things to photograph if you just slow down and open yourself to possibilities.

Anja said...

Yes New York is not the nicest town but one of the most fascinating town in the world. Wow the cowboy ;-)

Pondside said...

New York in the fall - what a perfect time to visit!

Mary said...

Wonderful! I heard today that the Naked Cowboy may be running for mayor... lol. thanks for sharing at MM. :)