Evening Light in the City

By Vladimir Brezina

New York City 2002-2012

30 responses to “Evening Light in the City

  1. What a fabulous collection of pictures… lovely share. ;)

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  2. superb set of silhouettes and skylines

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  3. I like the photos. The last one, is it the Dakota House behind?
    I read the book “the lake of time” from Jack Finney and there is special reported from this house.

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  4. What a diverse set of images around one subject – some from the Kayak and some on land but all different and all engaging Vladimir

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    • Thanks, Scott!!

      Actually none of these is from the kayak—the water you see are all bodies of water in Central Park. I did not even consider kayaking photos for this post because I have so many, and because they are quite another kettle of fish, so to speak…

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  5. What’s not to love about winter, dusk and the changing seasons of the east coast! Lovely pix once again…

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  6. Some great stuff here. I am particularly fond of the Guggenheim movement picture.
    A side note, you may find amusing – especially given your work. I am tired and I had just been reading a lovely blog called Les Petits Pas de Juls
    (http://lespetitspasdejuls.wordpress.com/about-me/) by a French woman who now lives in Mexico I believe, when I clicked over to your post. I looked at the headline and read the title “Expat Life In the City”.
    So it goes.

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    • Thanks, Robert! Expat Life In the City? Could well be! ;-)

      As for Les Petit Pas de Juls, I’ve come across that blog too (very nice)—these Photo Challenges encourage travel around the blogosphere, if nothing else….

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  7. Great pics of one of my favourite cities. The last one is especially stunning. :)

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  8. Thank you, Vladimir,I follow the link of the San Remo …

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  9. What a treat, Vladimir – oh my beautiful city! By the way, I too do not look forward to the short days of winter. When the sun sets before 7, I start to feel a primitive seasonal anxiety about shortening days. Shortest days were when I lived in Portland, Oregon, but it was so gray all the time in winter, who could tell? Soaking up as much evening light as I can these days …

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  10. I pinned Central Park Reservoir on my Pinterest board called “Urbanscapes.” http://pinterest.com/gaylealstrom/urbanscapes/

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  11. it’s strange yet great to see images of cities instead of waterscapes on your blog! i enjoyed all of them! z

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  12. Just can’t get enough of your New York shots.

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  13. NY pictures are always so interesting – love all of them!

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  14. Great shots of the city that never sleeps. ;-)

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