Thursday, May 24, 2007

Fire Escape 3

This is another beautiful fire escape of a building in Nolita (North of Little Italy), which is located between Bloome Street and Houston (pronounced as House-ton) Street. Nolita is currently a hip retail district where small boutiques sell clothes and home furnishings by up-and-coming local and international designers. Recently, there has been a push by local businesses to bring in higher-end Italian retailers like Armani, Versace and Gucci to establish the area as an extension of Little Italy.

13 comments:

Olivier said...

c'est vraiment tres beau, une tres belle photo tres graphique. merci pour cette serie de "Fire Escape" je les trouve tres beaux


it is really very beautiful, a very beautiful very graphic photograph. thank you for this series for “Escape Fire” I find them very beautiful

Abraham Lincoln said...

This is a nice photo too. I like the colors better than yesterday.

The third installment about feeding baby robins was posted today. The poop sack.

Sally said...

Just love those NYC fire escapes - a real mark of the city.

stilettoheights said...

beautiful...I also really love that you take the time to point things out like how to pronounce "House-ton" street....

It would always irk me to here it pronounced the wrong way...

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

As said these fire escape are... Ssoo American and lovely. BTW the photo is great, I love the red !

pom d'api said...

Very beautiful photos, it's typic for USA. A real mark of the city. He doesn't has in France

Sonia A. Mascaro said...

Another beautiful photo! Really these fire escapes are amazing!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Who would have thought there was so much beauty in something so ordinary? Each of these is nicer than the next. Thanks for showing them!

GMG said...

Another lovely picture. I particularly like the colours of the buildings...

Annie said...

That IS a pretty wall full of windows and fire escape. It looks upscale.

Chuckeroon said...

Good fire escapes MIng. Like the theme.

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macky said...

Nice photo, indeed!
That photo always reminds me of a movie, "pretty woman".

Emily Lin said...

This shot is interesting. Yea I agree with Abraham that the colours is better than the day before's.