Flipping through some old photos today, I noticed I’ve accumulated images of quite a number of theatre marquees. Here are some of my favourites.
Recently re-processed this photo, taken about two years ago in New York, to test a relatively new HDR feature within Canon’s Digital Photo Professional software. It certainly works in a pinch … but there are far better HDR software options out there.
At least the building looks nice. We can’t go wrong there 🙂
I was chatting on Saturday with a friend at work, about his trip to New York this summer.
We learned we are both very fond of the place and each of us would probably be quite happy living there, if it came to it.
Neither of us has fully experienced every part of New York’s five boroughs. I missed great chunks of Central Park, Harlem and the Upper East Side, to name a few neighbourhoods. He never made it to Little Italy and Chinatown.
Of course, trying to see everything at once on any given trip would likely be too much to process.
So I look forward to my next visit to NYC — to go to places I’ve missed before and to see how much things have changed in the parts of town I’ve already been to.
Ah, the joys of life (and visiting) in the big city.