Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Window Views #24

~Please forgive that Window Views is SO late. I had it scheduled to post and I just looked now 6:00 PM DST and saw that it hadn't posted! So Sorry!~

Walt Whitman's Birthplace, West Hills, Long Island

Bedroom Window

View into the front yard

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Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Window Views #23

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 Windows with interesting, decorative grills.

Planting Fields Arboretum, Long Island, N.Y.

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Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Window Views #22

Views from windows at Coe Hall at Planting Fields Arboratum, Long Island
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P.S. I'm really sorry I was delayed today posting Window Views and Sepia Scenes. Thanks for coming back and signing in. This post will be up all day tomorrow. 

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Window Views #21

Welcome again to Window Views. My windows today are unusual. What you're looking at are shots of the Johnston Family Mausoleum in Old Calvary Cemetery, Queens, N.Y.

You can find out all about the Johnston Family Mausoluem by clicking on the link above.

Do you see the blimp in the sky? Just to the left of the statue on top of the mausoleum.

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Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Window Views #20

Hello Everyone! Today our windows sit atop the dome of the Octagon on Roosevelt Island, N.Y.

The Octagon built in 1834 is an historic octagonal building located at 888 Main Street, Roosevelt Island, New York. It originally served as the main entrance to the New York City Lunatic Asylum which opened in 1841. Designed by Alexander Jackson Davis, the five-story rotunda was made of blue-gray stone that was quarried on the island. It is the last remnant of the hospital and after many years of decay and two fires was close to ruin. In 2006, restoration of the landmark was completed and the building now serves as the centerpiece of a residential community. It received LEED Silver status from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2008.

On March 16, 1972, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.

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