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Wednesday, December 01, 2010


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That seems an unusual spot to put a clock tower, but it would be much easier to see than were it on top of the building.
I really like all the bright colours on the wet street, too.


You caught that beautiful blue hour light with the wonderful light reflections on the rain slick roadway. It's just beautiful, and this is a perfect theme day shot!


The closing is an all too common sight in these times.

julie scottsdaledailyphoto.com

wow, fabulous image for theme day. the colors just pop


Great find & shot for Theme Day! I like that clock & all the lights! Thanks for stopping by!
Have a wonderful week!


And it's a Rolex clock! The reflected lights on the road are awesome. Love this scene.


Great colour and timeline!

Sharon (Phoenix Daily Photo)

This is such a beautiful photo. The lighting is just magical.

Roger Green

It's darker in ALBANY, NY even earlier, of course. Nice shot.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

Helen McCauslin

A beautiful capture of night coming to a city street! The colors on the wet street are fabulous. And I love the clock, one like it was once a feature in my hometown downtown, South Bend IN.
Helen Mac, ABC team


I'm hoping this comment will go through. I wrote a long comment on your post yesterday and Blogger killed it...and then buried it. I could never find it.

Anyway, I love night shots and this is a beauty!

Re your comment on Florida...yes, we have lots of springs and the water in these springs stays right at 72 degrees year round. One of the biggest (if not the biggest) is at Silver Springs where over 550 million gallons of fresh water pours out every 24 hours...goes into the Silver River, then the Oklawaha River, then into the St. John's River and finally, into the Atlantic Ocean. The water is 99.4% pure (or maybe 99.9%)...


Colors sing. Great!
We have darkest dark of the night at 17-20 here.

barb farr

Timely street scene. Great reflections.


I love this photo. Great choice for T. Sometimes I wish time would slow down. Especially when a business like this has to close. So many "I remember whens" these days in our town center too.


A lovely shot and a great choice for T day!
Thanks for sharing;o)

Have a beautiful weekend****

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