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SHINY, POINTY & TALL CLASSIC

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SHINY, POINTY & TALL CLASSIC
Pictures of people taking pictures of the Chrysler Building.


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SP&T Has Moved

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Well, I finally got around to building a dedicated home for Shiny, Pointy & Tall. You can visit SP&T; [Reloaded], which will continue to be updated, at www.hanasiana.com/spt. I'll leave this version up -- from now on it will be known as Shiny, Pointy & Tall Classic -- but it will no longer be updated. Cheers to the MoblogUK team -- and the MoblogUK community -- for inspiring me to undertake this silly project in the first place.
29th Mar 2005, 06:36   comments (3)

Kneeling Man with Family

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22nd Mar 2005, 03:50   comments (1)

Man in Red Jacket

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Another Trifecta

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This is definitely the season for photogs traveling in groups.
15th Mar 2005, 20:18   comments (0)

We Return to Our Regularly Scheduled Programming

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Here's a rare picture of three different tourists photographing the Chrysler Building simultaneously! It's almost four, but the woman in blue finished snapping her picture just before I snapped mine. The third, by the way, is the guy in white behind the phone booth. You can't really see his camera but you can recognize his picture-taking posture.
25th Feb 2005, 15:05   comments (2)

SPECIAL EDITION: The Gates

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Thus far, we have been unwavering in restricting SP&T; to pictures of people taking pictures of the Chrysler Building. The appearance of Christo's 'The Gates' in Central Park, however, has proven to be too much to resist. So here is a page of pictures of people taking pictures of 'The Gates.'
20th Feb 2005, 04:48   comments (0)

SPECIAL EDITION: The Gates

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SPECIAL EDITION: The Gates

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