Sunday, August 30, 2015

Sunday Morning, 33rd Street

Early Sunday morning, I enjoy biking through a neighborhood where during the work week it's so crowded you are lucky to be able to walk your bike on the sidewalk much less ride it in the street. The different sense of place is stark. Sometimes peaceful, occasionaly eerie.

Here are a few photographs near 33rd Street at Madison Avenue on the sidewalk and looking up at the building signs. On top is the Empire State Building in a puddle on thirty-third between Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

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