and sometimes other places
ONLY in NEW YORK could you see all of these happenings all in one morning! Isn't it grand?xoxConstance
Another fabulous collection of snaps. You always make me want to jump on the bus and come up to your beautiful, magical, mythical city.
Another great view of the life of the city through your eyes!
Ah .. and I cant wait til tomorrow .. glad we're meeting early since 'they' say rain in the afternoon... I hope it well after noon ..
I love the photo with the people in the cafe discussing their apt. Something about the light fixtures gives it the perfect balance.
Thanks for the photos As I sit having my coffee, I feel like I've been for a small walk in your part of the world
I love 23rd Street :)great shots
I'm always up for the original Law & Order reruns, just for their authentic NYC street scenes.
It brings memories to me! Last October we stayed at the Chelsea for a week, had a wonderful time.
Loved the 'Things to Do' post - all those people busy being busy. Some looking content, others confused, a couple of them nervous and a little fearful...I've been up in London (very muggy) and it is amazing to watch everyone 'doing things' while sitting sipping an espresso on the Kings Road. Hopping, singing, running, arguing, laughing, crying (babies, mostly), loitering... Must take my camera next time.The rainy night in New York photos are very atmospheric...I'm pleased that Buster was pulling at the lead because those cascades of light add such drama to the pictures.
I love these random shots - when we had our NY hol it was astonishing how many films we saw being shot in the streets of NY. You don't see it much in London, it would be impossible to get them to cordon off the streets I think
I see you have been out and about as usual Elizabeth. You do seem to visit a lot of cafes!
Enjoying my vicarious visits to the city...
never a dull moment! my morning happening will be to hope I set to see the sea plane land or the baby eaglets - so different!
So diverse! What a fun morning of observing people.
You always find such interesting juxtapositions. I so enjoyed scrolling down and catching up with all the fun images that I had missed. Those flowers on the abandoned rail track were glorious.
Each of these photographs could make an interesting short film, couldn't they? I wonder what the Cubans said to the woman wearing the Che tshirt?
Love your New York stories!
Love seeing these snapshot of NY's streets!
I look forward to hearing from you!