The Bank of America building on 42nd St. and 6th Ave.
These rusty buses used to be outside of the Fairway Market in Red Hook but they are gone now.
Yep, it's the Brooklyn Bridge
Kids playing at Coney Island
The Wonder-Ful Wheel
Look closely, there's a sailboat out there.
This was before Chris Christie got around to causing traffic jams on the GW.
Teddy Roosevelt's advice to young people on the wall of the American Museum of Natural History . . . oh, and there's a dinosaur.
NYC is the center of the universe at least according to Neil Degrass Tyson and the AMNH. (Note: no Pluto in sight)
The High Line Park has the most artsy graffiti.
Ooooh . . . they be kissing in the background.
No jokes. Just beautiful.
The Bethesda Fountain again.
The clouds, the green, seriously, I like the Bethesda Fountain.
Central Park . . . it's really like cheating to live here and take pictures in Central Park.
It's not all swamp but mostly.
See, not all swamp.
I could be a real estate agent, no?
It comes with it's own beach path.
I don't know why, but I like this window.
I'm not sure if it still works.
It is tall.
From Breezy Point looking back towards Coney Island.
Did you know that Apollo 15 was crewed with 3 UofM Grads and they formed the first Alumni Association on the Moon? The dues are outrageous.
There's an Apple Store in there now but the clock is still one of the best bits. That and the constellations on the ceiling.
Happened to be roaming by a Christmas Tree stand on 15th Street near Union Square.
It's mine. It's just on loan.
I don't remember the name or the artist of this one.
At least I think it's Rodin. Again, at the MET.
This one is in the American Wing at the MET.
A nice light post.
The Hall of Armor at the MET.
If you wander around the MET long enough, you'll find the back area where they store stuff not on display but stuff that is still sort of on display. There are comfy chairs and wifi and this globe.
It's on 5th Ave along Central Park.
From the Brooklyn Promenade.
I tried to take fireworks pictures. It's only OK.
Took this one from my fire escape.
The Pizza Oven at Paulie G's in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Random gears outside of IKEA in Redhook.
Also from Redhook.
I don't think cemetery's are creepy at all. I live next to one of the prettiest.
They also had a recreation of the house from Psycho on the rooftop that day. I prefer this view.