Photography At The Jersey Shore – Shawn’s Shutterblog For March 2014
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I love photography as a hobby and I enjoy sharing my photos, many from right here at the Jersey Shore. I hope you enjoy taking some time to relax as I share my visions with you ~ Shawn Michaels
The Historic Helen Hayes Theatre in New York City. The theatre opened on March 12, 1912 with John Galsworthy’s play The Pigeon.It’s the smallest theatre on broadway, sometimes referred to as the little theatre. Fun night with “Rock of Ages”
Spotted this psychic on the streets in New York City …. Whats behind the curtain ?
New York City … “Paramount Building” Paramount Pictures, one of the major American motion picture companies in the 1920s, built its headquarters at the 1501 Broadway location along with a cinematic theatre. Construction lasted a year between 1926-1927 costing $13.5 million.At the time of its completion, it was the tallest building in Times Square,and once sported an observation deck. I really like the red/orange lighting on this building, plus the famous clock !
Took this shot, just a general city pic … however I just thought I’d focus on “One” person. This gentleman jumped out , so with a lil post production … here’s ” the pedestrian ”
Atlantic City in the distance ….
Ok this photo is for the birds! ( Rimshot ) Good Night Folks ! Try The Veal
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