Sunday, December 17, 2006

Upper East Side, 77th Street Between Madison and Fifth Avenues


Mary Sargent © 2006 …………………………………….. click to enlarge

This is one of those spots where I make a mental note to come back another time to see it in different conditions, like when the scaffolding comes down or when the doors are closed. But will I? Not likely. Too much walking to do first.

See map.

2 comments:

luka said...

I wish some of these photos could be seen together, because it would show the incrediable diverisy of this city. Like here's this fortress-like building, and picture it next to some of those deserted Inwood streets, or those quiet Village town houses. These streets are dynamically different. The photos are so diverse, they're like little freeze-frames of things that don't seem to have any logical order (in the best of ways, of course).

flyinglady said...

This is so dramatic and interesting. Sometimes when I look at it I have a sense of foreboding. Then again, it's so beautiful. It's one to think about.