Sunday, August 31, 2008

There's No Place Like Home


New York is dizzying. You'd think after 25 years in Chicago I could cope with any big city in the world and generally I have. I love Paris and London, tolerate Milan, managed in Athens, but New York is a world all its own. Just an example, the taxi rides make me car sick. I'd rather cross the English Channel in a small boat in stormy seas.
I know NYC has improved its reputation but I can't warm up to it. It is great to photograph, the shows are wonderful (although so are the shows in Chicago), but there is a hostile edge I just didn't like.
I'll say more later but for now I want to post a couple of pictures and catch a plane.

Times Square at Night

1 comment:

self taught artist said...

what is that bullseye twirly thing?