Yes! I love being on the roofs of buildings and I love high up photography! Totally made my day.Now the real question is: Where do you find legos like that?
How I wish that the photos could be bigger, I can't see much, though I put my nose against my screen :-)Frank.
katie, don't listen to lame comments (i got your note) -- just ignore them. lots of random haters out there for their own reasons :) you are fabulous!
Aww, I saw your comment and came over from Joanna's blog to say the same thing! If people say mean things, it's just because they can't stand that it's possible to be so happy and optimistic and creative.It's really easy to be jealous of someone who sees so much beauty in the world. Just remember it's more about them than about you.
I saw your comment on Joanna's blog to and I never normally leave comments but I've really been enjoying looking at your blog. It really makes me smile and laugh and feel good. keep it up, it makes people feel good xx
Haha I often think that cities feel like lego cities.I also found your blog through A Cup of Jo - and I'm so happy I did. You've got a great thing going on here. That "No Pants Day" is insanely funny! xx
It's so beautiful. I will have to send these to my husband. He is a transplanted New Yorker.
Thanks so much everyone!!
Oh wow - what a site - looks amazing from there!
i was already a big fan of your blog, and i saw your comment on a cup of joe - i actually REALLY look forward to your posts every day! they're so DIFFERENT from everything else out there...keep it up!
Where is that building u shot the phtos from Katie. I didnt know that was even in the city. The photos rule!!!!
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