That's beautiful. I love the shade of blue. I've been looking at reflections in buildings in NYC the past week. Home now, and we don't have so many builidings that reflect out here in the West!
Neat photo! I like all the reflections, the stairs, and what interesting lanterns!
Another great door, the more valuable.I really like the reflection that illuminates any image.Beautiful shot!
superb composition and capture!
Another great image. Looks you havepanty of nice doors in Boston:)I like the reflections.
Ha ha....I don't usually use my glasses, altho I probably should. I this case I read in your post that this building has the best looking INTERNS, as did the library. I'm thinking....hmmmm....interestiing comment. Good thing I looked again....
Crickey it's Wednesday! Thanks for reminding me, I was stuck on Tuesday until just now! This is so beautiful, the lanterns almost Dickensian (too big maybe)and the fabulous reflection like opening an avenue.
Truly a grand facade. I love the reflective quality of the door frame and how you've composed this with those delicate trees in front of the frame. Really fine shot.
I like the combination of stone blocks and glass here, especially since they echo each others shapes. And you're right about the lamps — fantastic.
No need to light up the lanterns with such a Blue sky!!!
Another great photo! Photo blogs are such a great way to see a city. Thanks for sharing your photos with us.
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Not a place to play baseball around. I see shattered windows!
wow This picture is outstanding!I loved those reflections on the doorway! Fabulous shot, well done!God bless youLéia
Aw...that is so nice! Reflections R us! Wonderful shot!
Hi Clueless, as for the bright green on the pilings in Astoria, all I can say is they keep me surprised, too. They've been sooooo green this year and in the photo (from a couple of years ago but the same season). I wonder if it's seasonal, and I'm going to be keeping an eye out this year! They probably haven't dried out since last summer!
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