May 5th, 2006

New York Update

Mickey Mouse and Friends Mickey Mouse and Friends
Found art on the front grill of a truck parked on East 57th Street, near Lexington Avenue
Ezekiel's Ladder Ezekiel's Ladder
This was originally a verticle that showed the building climbing to the sky, but I cropped it to make sure the ladder didn't go unnoticed.
Man and his love for the Indian Man and his love for the Indian
This man lives on the street near De La Concha. His daily ritual is to talk to the wooden Indian at the front of the store, caress his cheek, and then, having thus communicated with the Native American Spirit, he departs. I was not quick enough with the camera to catch him in the middle of his ritual, but only afterward. The blur is because the camera's autofocus was fooled by the window that separated me from my subject. I will, however, claim that the blur was intentional and represents very well the state of the poor guy's mind.
Man and his love for the Indian II Man and his love for the Indian II

Morning Coffee

Morning Coffee at Juan Valdez
Morning Coffee at Juan Valdez
My day begins at 0700 with a cup of Colombian coffee at Juan Valdez, on 57th Street between Third and Lexington Avenues. I type on my laptop until its battery runs down, usually about two hours. You can type a lot of words in that length of time!


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Spring in Central Park
Spring in Central Park
This is the perfect time of year to come to New York. Everywhere you turn there's an intriguing sight. Have I mentioned that I love this place? Almost as much as I love Forio d' Ischia???

Art in the Park

Art Installation in Central Park Exterior

Art Installation in Central Park:  Exterior

Art Installation in Central Park Interior

Art Installation in Central Park:  Interior



Dinner for One


Dinner is served, sir. Bean soup with a dollop of sour cream. Broiled calf liver with pearl onions, green beans, baked potato with sour cream and chives. Strawberry mousse.  If you would like me to bring you anything else, please press the button on the remote.  

Thank you very much.  This is  wholly delightful.