Jeremy and I used to walk past a laundromat in Greenwich Village or Union Square named “Laundrobot.”
I felt l had seen of it all I needed to see of the September 11 Memorial from our our hotel room window.
I moved away from New York almost ten years ago and I haven’t been back to visit the city in six. Much is as I left it, but some has changed.
Our trip to New York yielded many photos of buildings, people, and public art.
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The construction site at the World Trade Center as seen from our hotel room after last night’s rain.
For breakfast I ate the first decent bagel I’ve had in years.
Times Square seems like the center of the universe, if only because it’s as bright.
One thing I’ve always wanted to do is visit the tomb of Alexander Hamilton.
Despite my punch list for self-improvement, 2009 was a pretty good year.
John sent me a news article about how the military freaked out the entire New York metropolitan area by staging a photo shoot of a low-flying 747 being followed by F-16 fighters.
John Oliver went “native” in Hempstead, N.Y. last night on The Daily Show.
Times Square in Manhattan, busy as always.
The director at the Fire Island Lighthouse was a former park ranger. He brought Ava and me up into the lantern to see the automated light.
Another thing I’ll miss from Long Island are the Atlantic Ocean beaches on the South Shore. These waves are breaking on Fire Island.
Whenever I went back home to Long Island, I’d always stop by Hoyt Farm, at town park that was a working farm.
I panned some paintings by one of my favorite artists at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
Looking down at visitors and sculptures in the atrium of the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
When I worked in New York City, I brought a new park ranger to see the salt marsh at Great Kills Park on Staten Island.
New Year was fun. Evrim stir-fried some beef and shrimp, and we drank to the (original) Star Wars Trilogy.