Monday, March 4, 2013

Night in the City...

...Looks Pretty to Me


I was waiting to cross the street last week and looked up and there was Columbus looking down on me. It's one of the first pictures from my new phone and I'm still getting used to all of the features. Love seeing all of the bright city lights. Hope you do, too!

13 comments:

Sheilagh said...

I love NY at night, a huge jewel in the crown of the USA.

Hugs

Sheilagh
xxx

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

New York City IS an exciting place. Something for everyone - can never get bored!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

City lights, no matter WHERE in the world, are beautiful treasures of life. Enjoyed this image from your new phone.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

That's a great picture. I hope you enjoy that new phone. I rarely use my camera anymore since I can take pictures with mine too. Hope you have a terrific Tuesday!

Theresa said...

A beautiful night to take a walk:) I enjoyed you taking me along with you! Have a terrific Tuesday my friend, HUGS!

Sr. Ann Marie Slavin said...

Great photo! I only stayed overnight in New York once but didn't get much of a chance to see the lights. I was on the fifth floor of a building and I remember looking out but felt that I was closed in by other taller buildings. Would love to be able to see the lights this way!

Ms Sparrow said...

That is a far cry from the scenery here in monochromatic Minnesota. The world is a vast expanse of nothing but white!

Life and Breath and Everything Else said...

I love the photo! Thanks for sharing.

TARYTERRE said...

GREAT photo. Your new phone does a good job capturing the moment.

Melinda said...

When night falls our cities take on a glow. Everything looks different at night.

M :)

Lynda said...

GREAT pic and the city looks happy and festive!

Ronda said...

Carol, I love to see the pictures you post of NYC! I chuckled when I saw this one; it brought back a funny memory. When my oldest daughter was a senior she and I took a trip to NYC. We were in the shopping center to the right in your picture and as we were leaving, talking at the same time, of course, I walked right into one of the glass windows! My daughter and I have laughed about that moment often! Thanks for sharing. p.s. I didn't get hurt. :)

Mary Rack said...

That is so beautiful! It almost inspires me to upgrade to a smart phone. Almost. I still can't cost justify it. But I love the pix my relatives and friends take. I think I'll "hitch-hiike" a while longer. PS Thanks for visiting my blog. Mary at Mary A to Z