Growing up in New York City, we always loved being driven along the West Side Highway. At, or near 42nd Street, a building had a tractor-trailer sitting on top of it. Seeing it always lit up our little mind and set off our imagination. Fast forward a couple and a half decades, and we spot this sailboat sitting high up above the Bowery at the New Museum.
We hope that the boat will remain there for decades, and that it will allow countless imaginations of children passing by it to run wild from it.
This is Cordlandt Alley. It is one of the last of its kind in New York in that it is still open to the public.
It’s also a place where real estate developers drool over.
We came across this mural of NYC, which includes the Freedom Tower and other buildings that have yet to be built, in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.
This mural used to be a 9-11 mural. We are glad that people are finally beginning to forget and move on – at least when it comes to scenic murals.
There’s nothing quite like waking up early and having a park pretty much to oneself on a crisp autumn day.
Damn, it sure feels good to be a gangsta.
A view of the Pulitzer Fountain, which sits outside of the Plaza Hotel.
It’s also at the heart of Grand Army Plaza – of which NYC has at least two of.