The Hat Restaurant Mark April 11, 2012 Buildings / Cities / NY Scenes / NYC I took this picture because of one thing — the simple unaffected translation of the name of the restaurant. “El Sombrero,” or, “The Hat Restaurant.” Tags: 14-24 mm, Black and White, D700, hdr, Manhattan, New York, NYC, SilverEfx Pro Continue Reading Previous PostThirteenth and MeatpackingNext PostRocks and the City You Might Also Like Bus Stop No. 6 April 9, 2010 Falling Dominos No. 2 September 5, 2010 Wet Goods, Dry Goods August 12, 2016 This Post Has 6 Comments Chris Nitz 11 Apr 2012 What really caught my eye on this is the detail around the door on the right. I wish more places put nice touches like that on their entryways. Chris Nitz recently posted..Walk the Plank LensScaper 11 Apr 2012 Nice gritty B&W work LensScaper recently posted..Germander Speedwell Toad Hollow Photography 11 Apr 2012 This is great. Love the rich contrasts at play here, Mark, a really wonderful expression of your vision, my friend! Toad Hollow Photography recently posted..George Sawchuk – Wacky Woods Alexarrie 11 Apr 2012 There are a lot of vandals in this but I don’t know why it still looks beautiful place and this one is a nice shot! Harvey J. Kessler 11 Apr 2012 I have never seen such photos like this. Very attractive image that catch my attention they look really great! Thanks for sharing this beautiful photo… Pingback: 89 Photography Links & Photographs To Rock Your Socks Comments are closed.