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New York City Fire Escape

My sister sent me these photos of the fire escape outside her window. (After last weekend’s storm)  

   
  
  Thanks Mary for the guest blog.


Wordless Wednesday 

  


Gathering: Weekly Photo Challenge

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Lots of gatherings documented throughout the course of a year and a few from years ago.

The group photos pose a challenge, getting everyone with you simultaneously.  I’ve included some more candid shots.

 


Changing Ads in NYC Subway

In keeping with this week’s theme -a NYC Transit worker illustrates Transition

but two images required. 

Spotted by my sister who alerted me as to what he was doing.  
   
 


Wordless Wednesday 


New York Snapshots- Thanksgiving Family Vacation

man and dogMan and dog in Central Park.

Alice in Wonderland StatueAlice of Wonderland statue

 

IMG_0655Waiting in line to see the Temple of Dendur at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

 

 

IMG_0685Aunt Mary reading with Maura from her new book about Egypt.

 

George Washington crossing the DelawareMark photographing the boys as Washington Crosses the Delaware. Although I’ve seen the painting I couldn’t have told you the artist’s name –Emanuel Gottlieb Leutz

 

 

PretzelMaura and her pretzel after the museum

 

IMG_0755Lighting candles where Mark’s paternal grandparents were married in this chapel behind the main altar of

St. Patrick’s Cathedral.  I believe the year was 1947.(Bobbie?)

30 Rock at Night

30 Rockefeller Center at Night

 

American Girl StoreMaura likes the American Girl Store Window

 

 

Grand Central STationGrand Central in the background

You have to have a few posed shots, attempting to get everyone with you at the same time. HA!

 

Transit MuseumMichael watches the trains at the Transit Museum

 

subwaySubway ride back to Aunt Mary’s station stop.

 

 

 

 


The Flatiron on Fifth Ave.

  

The Flatiron Building  Built in 1902. Maybe the most photographed building in New York City. Here’s one more.  


Snow Leopard, Seals. Santas and Family in NYC

snow leopardCentral Park Zoo.

 

Seals at Feeding Time Central Park Zoo

 

santasRadio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular

 

IMG_0351Mark and Erika and the kids with Aunt Mary after the Christmas Spectacular

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Washington Square Arch at Dusk

  Stanford White designed the marble arch, completed in 1895.

  Underneath the arch were memorial candles, flowers and notes for the City of Lights.  


Central Park Autumn Light Gallery

Hansom Cab

 

Photographed with iPhone 6, Monday November 23, 2015

Bridge in Central Park

 

Man and Dogs Central Park

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Getting ready for Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade


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