Black Day In The City

Black Day In The City

5 thoughts on “Black Day In The City

  1. Torre Latinoamericana shot from in front of Bellas Artes, eh? Nice silhouettes, though the Sears is less interesting.

    Saludos,

    Kim G
    Boston, MA
    Where we should be out shooting pictures of bare branches with snow on them. But aren’t.

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    1. Torre Latinoamericana is just too recognisable a landmark to fool anyone I guess! Perhaps I should take a few more silhouettes of more challenging icons, just for fun. See who really knows DF…!

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  2. Actually, it was the sculpture that tipped me off more than the tower. But the tower was confirmatory evidence.

    Saludos,

    Kim G
    Boston, MA
    Where, really, there are far too many snow-covered branches. And snow-covered everything else.

    Any more, and the city will come to a stop.

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      1. Yeah, we’ve already had 3-4 snowstorms with more than 6″ each, and the snow is just piled up everywhere. In the streets and on many sidewalks it’s a grey, slushy mess. We’ve all had to work hard to keep our sidewalks and driveways clear, and the piles of snow are 4′-5′ high in places.

        My constant, daily fantasy these days is being in Mexico, not here in the snow.

        Saludos,

        Kim G
        Boston, MA
        Where Spring can’t come soon enough

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