You know, I have loved that song since I was a kid and saw Snow White. Before I retired, I hated to go to work in the morning when it was still dark and then come home when it was dark....
But I see you had not lost your artistic eye while on your way to work. That is a great reflections. It is another parallel world.
Thanks—James's influence is felt even at that hour. :~}
It's so good watching people hurrying to work once you've retired
I like the bilateral symmetry, and that line of trees “standing” back there in their blazing “fire zone” of autumnal color.Going to work on a Monday morning. It doesn’t get much more real than that. However, I suppose it could get grimmer.It’s great how you could take a work-a-day Monday-Morning commute and turn it into such a piece of pleasure for us. So glad your camera is ever with you.
Cool shot but kind of a bummer that you had to go to work. :-) Assuming this was last Monday, you took this about six blocks away and on the same day as mine. Mine was 7th between 49th and 50th. I would go back to Paris in a heartbeat but one of the reasons I don't have a trip planned is because I've been trying to convince my wife that not going to Paris because of a chance of a terrorist attack is irrational. Recent events aren't going to help my case. However I don't give up easily.
And this is 51st, between Lex and 3rd. I think you are probably in no more or less danger in Paris right now than you would be where you were last Monday. Probably not any consolation, but also no reason to stay home (at least for me). Bonne chance!
Fabulous street reflections in the glass. Have a lovely weekend
Great subject caught by a real pro!
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