Spring and the City

The last few shots here and there of a city I no longer find overwhelming. Instead, I now understand it is huge, noisy, beautiful, difficult, always changing, complicated and unwilling to be conquered — but not unwilling to be explored.

Spring in the City

Spring in the City

View from a suite on the 41st floor of the Waldorf Astoria

Spring in the City

Spring in the City

Odd public art found along the Highline Park walk

Spring in the City

Spring in the City

Spring in Chelsea

Spring in the City

My favorite part of NYC: the number of languages that can be heard wandering the street.

Spring in the City

My least favorite part: the claustrophobia. Tiny elevators. Huge buildings. Cramped crosswalks. Elbows in my side, broken curb beneath my feet, sirens screaming, truck drivers vs. pedestrian, and very little room to hear my heartbeat.

Spring in the City

Spring in the City

Spring in the City

Spring in the City

The best things in NYC are free. The Met. The parks. The people watching. Such a great place to visit.

~K

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