New York in May, Madison Square Park. Warm afternoons bring out stylish spring clothing.
David Farragut oversees some serious discussions and study
Martin Puryear sculpture being installed at Madison Square Park.
After a rooftop dinner at Science House in Murray Hill, Manhattan. Chrysler Building in background. Wooden water storage tanks are common in New York.
The Chrysler Building, built in 1930. 1,046 feet high, it is currently the sixth highest building in New York. It is considered one of the finest examples of Art Deco design.
The Empire State Building, another Art Deco design, built in 1931. The first building with more than 100 stories. Currently the fifth highest building in New York.
Friday nights from 7pm to 9pm are free at the Morgan Library and Museum at 36th and Madison. There is a cafe and live chamber music. Worth a visit for the historic rooms and the ambiance.
From the Andy Warhol exhibition.
Morning in NYC
The elevator down to the Brooklyn Bridge subway station is a relic from the past
The New York City Municipal Building
Grand Central Terminal in a quiet moment on Sunday evening
One World Trade Center building, observation level $32 for 0 to 1200 feet high in one minute