Parked on the corner, a new Mercedes.
And I Studied English
A walk from the East Side, a second floor window on each side of Central Park.
Central Park West
Going through old photographs (as I was briefly yesterday) buried in folders on hard drives I come across a lot that never saw the light of day, only the light of a computer screen. Some I enjoy seeing again...
Winter Riverside Drive
My sister is far away in a remote village in Moldova. I got an e-mail yesterday asking for some Christmas pictures as, I guess the season is not the same over there. Not a big surprise when you live with dirt roads and no running water, travel is by horse cart. Looking for a few pictures to print out, came across some Christmas card rejects, like this one. Toto, I don't think we're in Moldova anymore.
But No Stars in this Sky
Subways are a great way to get around New York but you don't see much of the "from here to there." You go down stairs where you get on, you come up when you are there. One of the things that I did appreciate about driving limos and cabs decades ago was actually "seeing" a lot of NYC. A bitter cold night, had to go downtown, rather than taking a subway there and back, chose to drive, a little music, some heat, head down Fifth Avenue. A few "through the windshield" pictures.
@ 59th Street
@ 50th Street, Saks Fifth Avenue
@ 34th Street, Looking Up
Actually a picture of my hand on the dashboard with some big building ruining the reflection.