Who? Me??? No way!Philippe Roger said:Is that BLV from NTF? :shock: But yes, it is! 8) :lol:
Thanks, Philippe. You know, it is hard not to stop by B&H, but same goes for Starbucks. And since there's a Starbucks on every corner, I need to cut down on my visits, which in turn would grant me the ability to shop at B&H more oftenPhilippe Roger said:Welcome, Elena, both to the DSLR world and to the Cafe! You'are going to have some great fun with both. I really like your last pic here. I pity you for being so close to B&H: it must be an expensive proposition, but then again, what in New York isn't? ;-)
I couldn't agree more. How can 5th Ave compete with Dakota, San Remo & Kenilworth?RFCNIKON said:From an architectural standpoint, I have always favored central park west over 5th ave.
I bet few days ago wasn't as hot as it was today. I didn't even take my camera outside, b/c I was positive it'd melt lolRFCNIKON said:I was in central park a few days ago....hot as he!!, looked around but didnt see anyone with a D70
Unlike the streets of NY, the park is looked after constantly & carefully. So Central Park is really a neat place literally .greyflash said:Really nice collection of images Elena. Central Park is a neat place and your have captured the essence of it. Well done.
It is expensive, but having the $ doesn't always afford you an apartment there. Board members are picky and generally a pain in the derriere :-DSteve S said:I take it San Remo is an apartment bldg in NYC? Must be incredibly expensive to live there with a view like that!
Thank you, Steve. How's your yorkie? I remember you've had some funny shots of her on NTF.Steve S said:and welcome to the Cafe, Elena! Hey, you're the Kill Bill fanatic, aren't you? I remember having quite a heated debate about that movie. So, what did you think of Kill Bill 2? I didn't see that one, but sequels rarely stand up to the original, and I'm pretty sure you know what I thought of the original. I sure know how you felt about it! :shock: