Friday, September 9, 2011

I ♥ NY


The city I love. The skyline that changed forever.

life rearranged

19 comments:

April said...

Stunning!

Bonnie said...

Absence is such a powerful statement. The perfect tribute with sombre yet brightening skies.

kristen said...

s beautiful and sobering skyline, that still gives me a kick in the gut when i see the towers missing.

i am forever changed after witnessing the towers falling and it's very surreal to now live in los angeles, where there isn't a lot of reverance or observance, so different from how it's remembered in the city.

This is Belgium said...

So many all over the world love NYV.. which, it is true, will never be the same.
Your picture should be shown world wide: it is simply so powerful.
In fact, I would love to post it on my blog in honor of the anniversary .. with reference to you of course ! Do not know if you agree to that kind of blog hosting?

Jacey said...

Beautiful shot. The yellow tone is perfect. Bonnie said it best above, "absence is a powerful statement". So true.

this is Belgium said...

thanks ! I will do so on Sunday! and 'liking' is too soft, I adore the picture

The Morris Family said...

that is an awesome sight!!!

I'm Holly said...

Gorgeous, heart rending photo.

Jamie said...

Beautiful - and sad

SpilledInkGuy said...

Sadly I've not yet visited NYC, but every time I see a post 9/11 skyline my mind still searches for those iconic towers...
a very powerful piece, U.M...

Andrea said...

Beautiful.

Oliag said...

Wonderful photo! Have you always lived in NYC? Did you live there 10 years ago?

Becca at One Girl said...

Beautiful.
Yet sad.

Kat Sloma said...

Lovely skyline shot, so poignant. Thank you for sharing!

Anika said...

Beautiful Christie. Life would never really be the same for anyone anymore would it? Be safe this weekend.

Annabella said...

I love NYC too and this is as stunning as its simple silhouette.

esra said...

me too... This is such a gorgeous shot!Love it.

missing moments said...

Stunning picture!

Jeff said...

Beautiful image, sad image.
I recently posted a photo I took of lower Manhattan in 1989 if one feels like looking at it.
http://urbanobservation.blogspot.com/2011/09/lower-manhattan-1989.html