Although East Midtown hasn’t been the greatest neighborhood for walking my dog, I am not minding the panoramic views of Manhattan from corporate housing. I’m also thrilled to be back in New York City, where I am relishing the tasty/clean tap water, the stringent recycling programs, the mass transit, diet root beer and my friends.
Normally, I'd panic from my fear of heights. But being surrounded by other tall buildings reduces that feeling of freaking out.
The Chrysler Building is hands-down my favorite skyscraper in New York City, so I was squee-ing excitedly when we first walked in, at night, and there he was, peeking at us.
It's been raining all day, but I'm assured that later this week the weather will be downright pleasant.
At this height, the only street noise you hear are police sirens and the wind. Not exactly the most comforting combo, but it could be worse.
Brendan works in the skyscraper to the left, which overlooks Central Park and the distant beyond.
You find yourself looking in the windows, wondering who is staring back.
A bee is home in this hive.
Worker bees in the Communist looking building across the way.
Windows, windows, windows...
...and more windows.