This sight greeted me from beneath my umbrella the other day.
Not every question can be answered by Google. One such question is why these doodled faces are showing up in some of Manahttan’s most random places. I’ve seen at least three now.
Few sights in this world feel as apocalyptic than the train ride between Penn Station and Newark Liberty International Airport. While that first line may be a bit of an exaggeration (or show that I have spent my life in relatively stable surroundings), there is something incredibly bleak and menacing about passing abandoned warehouses, brown fields… Read more »
I saw this flower display while shopping for some new sneakers. So fresh!
“…I think we are well-advised to keep on nodding terms with the people we used to be, whether we find them attractive company or not. Otherwise they turn up unannounced and surprise us, come hammering on the mind’s door at 4 a.m. of a bad night and demand to know who deserted them, who betrayed… Read more »
We all have those unpredictable places and moments that help create our sense of home. For me, I feel at home every time I look at sushi prices in Vancouver, BC. I am from a place where the air is salty, the sushi is cheap. I am from a certain city by the water.
New York, 7:55 a.m. I passed this parking lot in any early start to the day.
Central Park. First warm Sunday after an usually cold winter and start to spring. Lots and lots of people. I’ve attached a few photos from my day so that you can all fill in the rest.
These are some of the faces that have been staring back at me on walks around New York. When it comes to unexpected pieces of art, asphalt drawings and tables with William Shakespeare’s face on on them can be some of the very best kind.
Recent (and slightly controversial) thought: travel does not always make people see things in a new light. It is definitely one of the greatest pastimes out there but can still leave certain people as uninteresting as they are at home. We all know (and, on certain occasions, are) those types — these are the tourists… Read more »