Friday, February 6, 2009

Houston & Mercer

This beautiful building is located on the northeast corner of Houston and Mercer Street in SoHo. I took this photo because of the amazing details on the walls. They don't make them like this anymore.

So what are you plans for the weekend? The weather is supposed to warm up a bit in NYC so I hope to go out and take lots of photos. My archive is running a little low of photos.

10 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

I really envy you: photohunting in New York... Good luck!

teahouse said...

Is it really going to warm up? Geezzz....I'm so happy! It was 12 degrees this morning! I was very unhappy.

Peter said...

... on the facade and on the roof!! Yes, really beautiful!

No special plans for the weekend (I'm on permananet weekend), except a Saturday lunch with a number of old colleagues!

GMG said...

Hi Ming! Great building, wonderful sky, excellent post!
Except for emergency is the rule; blowing otherwise is forbidden... ;))

Now, you can’t imagine what you’re missing at Blogtrotter! Lol!!
Have a great weekend!

valeria said...

I hope you are having a good time in a mild weather. Looking fwd to see the photos...

marley said...

It is stunning and your right, they don't make them like this anymore.

If we aren't snowed in we are heading into town tomorrow for some lunch.

Alexa said...

I love this building—so thanks for posting this photo, Ming. I too am running a bit low. Maybe I'll get some shots when I go down to the Jersey shore to visit some friends this weekend. (I admire your dedication, btw.)

alice said...

I was saying almost the same think about details yesterday on my blog! And I hope the weather will become better here too, I'll soon be short of photos too!

Virginia said...

Gorgeous building. Thanks for this one Ming.

I'm with Peter. I'm on permanent weekend as well. It's nice not to be living for Friday all the time. Today it was around 70F so I had a lovely walk with no jacket on. Blue skies and sunny. Perfect.

Sheri said...

I love this. The detail truly is beautiful!