As the bridge majestically rises over the East River, it takes the pedestrian pathway to the top. From that point you see a wide expanse of water on the left side and tall buildings in front. This transition, from smaller buildings in Brooklyn to skyscrapers in Manhattan, on a little strip of walkway suspended fifty meters in the air always evokes a fuzzy feeling of emptiness in me..
New York City – Manhattan skyline. (April, 2008) I’m going on a short trip to New York City and Chicago starting tomorrow. I’ve scheduled posts for a week or so – something that I am testing for the first time because somehow I have this hangup about the concept of blogging which I feel should […]
New York City – Manhattan skyline Thats right. What did I do this long weekend? I went to New York City. Got soaked in the NY spirit for three-and-half days straight and that left me thirsty for more. It was too crowded due to the Easter Holiday. But that made it excitinger. I’ll post some […]