Welcome to the city that never sleeps!
Ming the Merciless
What an angle!!! Makes me dizzy!PatGuelph Daily PhotosPat's PicsPhotography Cafe
Whoa..that's awesome!!I just saw the tree last week. I heard they used some new lighting thing this year - they're much brighter than before.
Believe it or not, I still haven't made it to midtown to see the tree. Maybe tomorrow....depending on the weather.Great photo!!!
this picture really made me dizzy:)
Great photo Ming. such perspective and at night too. Good one. How's the weather, you ask? See Menton DP for the answer! Actually it's better today but a 'tempete' yesterday.
I love this shot! Magical! I will be staying home, except to walk my dogs this snow, cold Sunday. I need to buy some snow boots.Paz
Great angle. Its as cold as a witches ......nevermind.
Amazing perspective, Ming!We have here hot and sunny days. We are just near the summer. (Summer : 22nd December - 21st March ) Thanks for your nice visiting. Have a good Sunday!
superb one would believe a fireworks in the top of the buildingGraph as I like
Hi Bud, the weather here has been amazingly beautiful, approx 24-27 degrees celsius, strange albeit can't complain. I hope this lovely weather will continue for as long as possible. For all the twenty years that I've lived here, we've had temperatures ranging from 34-42 degrees at this time of year. I'm taking a brief hiatus from blogging, for this week anyway to catch up on some rest( I cooked an army sized Christmas dinner for friends last week!) and Christmas pressie shopping. Have a fantastic Christmas Holiday my Dear Friend! xoxo Carol
Impressive photo Ming. I'm loving the different take on the Rockefella tree. Weather here in Cheltenham, UK is cold and frosty but still NO SNOW!! BOO! HISS!!
Great perspective, Ming!!Weather in Nashville? Cold. . .damp. . .windy. . . and alternating between rain (last night/early morning) and snow flurries. YUCK!
Weather in Southern Ontario?Pass me my snow boots and the snow shovel please....
it's photos like this that remind me how much I love living in New York.
Beautiful shot!!! It is very cold and snowy here in New Hampshire today!
The perspective of this building takes my eye right up into space, black space.
A really nice photo with the perspective you have chosen! As to the question... It's a bit late to answer, not more relevant I believe, but generally speaking: We have some very cold days (for Paris)!
Oooo... I love this photo... I love the angle of it, almost makes me feel dizzy looking at it and it's awesome. Your photos are fantastic.The Rocky Mountain Retreat
And the tree itself dwarfs a lot of its colleagues around the planet. Lake many already said, cool angle!
your photos are all so interesting. i love the perspective on this one!come check out my new piece on cambodia :) i have some great pics of angkor wat coming soon.
its the 'hujan' weather here.good thing, it is not 'banjir-ing' here, but it is in Msia and Thailand. So sad...
Great angle!Please forgive me if my visit to you blog in the next couple of weeks will be slightly intermittent, as I am home in Manila spending some lovely time with my closest and dearest, while basking in the sun. Your visits to my blog/s, however, are much appreciated!joyNorwich Daily PhotoThe Goddess In YouYour Love Coach
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