Monday, August 22, 2011

Thursday's Things In A Row...Manhattan Planters...

Welcome to Thursday's Things In A Row. 


I told you yesterday that there are planters along the building I was showing.  These planters were in Manhattan NYC and went for a full block!

They were in front of this building in which Gman was working while in Manhattan.

Of course, you can't miss the columns of the NY Stock Exchange!  Even the flags make a row in this shot.

I hope you enjoyed today's things in a row.

For more Thursday's Things In A Row look at Pat's View From The Edge...

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful!! I like them all.

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  2. Cool shots! Even the windows of the building are in a row!

    My balloon shot was taken at the annual Balloon Fiesta in Albuquerque a couple of years ago. We had a blast! It was one of the BEST things we did in our travels. I wrote about it on the blog. It was October 2009.

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  3. I love city shots! The rows of windows on the building amaze me!

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  4. I love these pictures! I've always wanted to visit New York, it looks so pretty there.

    -driz
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  5. I love to see planters like this. Wish it is a small tree than flowers ^_^ Happy Friday.

    Things in a row

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  6. Gail--Thanks!
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    Pat--Thanks! I have to look at your blog about the balloon festival! I was so neat living there right by the balloon parks. So many pretty balloons!
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    David--Thanks!
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    Deserthen--Me too! In person I actually get a bit dizzy looking up at all those rows! :)
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    Drizzle--There is so much to do and see around NYC. I confess that I am not really a city girl though. I always enjoyed going back up the Hudson Valley to the campground after visiting. It takes a long time to go places in NYC. 16 miles took 1 1/2 hours by mass transit. I would definitely go back to the area again though.
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    Kim--wouldn't redbuds or flowering crab or pear trees look wonderful in the spring in those planters? :) Never thought of trees before you mentioned it.
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    Thanks for popping by all! So good to see you! :)

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