Saturday, June 05, 2010

This Suits Me

I think I had a better view of this unique information kiosk from atop a double-decker bus than if I was walking on the street.
There was no doubt I was traveling through New York City's Fashion District where lead designers and fabric suppliers operate.


On a side note, several readers last week asked me the location of the "Curious Blue Beams". Since I had no clue, I consulted with Daryl, a New York City expert and blogger. It is indeed an art piece called "The Wall" by Frosty Myers located on the corner of Broadway & Houston.
Hope that answers your question...

Thanks Daryl! Check out her blog "Out & About in New York City".


- Karen

8 comments:

Daryl said...

Love this shot, I work not far from there and always enjoy pausing to see what's new

betchai said...

yeah, sometimes on top of a bus gives us a batter angle to shoot than on the streets, depending on what we are shooting.

Emm said...

Aaah, that's quite cute. I'd love to go back to New York to absorb all the little things like that! My eyes were too busy looking for all the massive landmarks.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Karen, how imaginative and creative, I love it.

RoseBelle said...

The designer mecca in NYC...I hear so much about this notorious place especially around Fashion Week hosted in NYC. I

rainfield61 said...

Seems like you usually take a snapshot on top of a bus.

SandyCarlson said...

That's a fun sculpture. I like the perspective.

photowannabe said...

I hate seeing the kiosk built around it. When I was there it was a free standing sculpture . Unfortunately when we went past it I didn't have my camera. I have regretted it ever since.