10 thoughts on “NJ & NY – reflections”

  1. That is beautiful! And it gives me such nice memories of my old airport.
    I have to tell you that once I flew from Vegas to Newark and I took before and after photos, and Vegas was all blue sky and sun and NJ was having a terribly gray day. Made for a nice contrast!

    • I bet it did! It sounds familiar, too. Not the Vegas, but the terribly gray NJ day 😉 Just yesterday it poured sooo much in the afternoon… then again it was a good thing, because after it finally my migraine headaches were gone.

  2. What a stunning view, indeed! I like the colors, the in-depth view and the wonderful curvatures and lines.

    Welcome back! 😉

    Cheers, Michael

    • Naturally I was taking pictures of the NYC skyline when we were landing, but then it was those natural, well, somewhat natural curves of the water and the bridge that really caught my eye. Thanks, Michael, it is always good to go away and to come back 🙂

  3. I so love this. This needs to be a print for sale. or at least a postcard.
    I hope I am back up and running on my computer for your WW link up. right now I don’t have access to any of my photos… and I have about a hundred trapped in my camera!

    • Thanks, Les, I really like it, too. However, I don’t think I can offer it for print. I think I read something in the United magazine about ‘commercial photography from the airplane etc.’. But that’s o.k.
      Your mishaps with your laptop really stink. I wish I could help you. I know how I would be in this day and age without my internet connection – not good…


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