I spend my days trying to make people laugh. Hopefully you're laughing.
Sometimes a thing simply is what it is.
The rinse tub behind the bar. Glasses sit in disinfecting solution.
Coney Island Skyscape
My friend and I had a standing plan all summer to go to Coney and ride the rollercoasters. We never went. Finally, we went in October and it was glorious. The park was closed, but the sky was amazing.
What a Wonder
Red, White and Awesome.
Really bright lights on the Lower East. I did not eat there. I eat coffee.
Best Sign Ever
Not sure if this is a list of services or just all the words this person knows.
On bottom, a boat. On top, a bridge. Boat Bridge.
Another one of the Gotham.
This house was across the street from me in Astoria. It was a nice neighborhood, and this old stood it's ground in the midst of the churning wheels of gentrification.
A Daunting House
An incredibly daunting church in Harlem. If God lives here, he needs to cool it down a little bit. Maybe try a welcome mat.
My favorite part of this picture is the old starburst-style fencing you can see in the bottom, right corner.
Still in construction, the first of the "megatowers" along Central Park South gets disected by the setting sun.
Forget Umbrellas, Bend And Run!
Why is "stairs" at an angle? Can't be bothered to write the word parallel to the top and bottom of the sign? Maybe it's an attempt to angle it akin to the stairs, which is also stupid. This sign is cool because it's stupid.
I was stuck by how finely the snow was sitting on the frame of the bicycle. Almost on purpose, choosing to stay perched instead of falling to the ground.
A traffic cone covered a light in front of the Met after a storm. As you can see, it looks interesting. Which is why I took a photograph of it. Because of the way it looked.
White on White
The snow and white sky framed the evolving New York skyline perfectly. This was taken at one of my favorite spots in the city, at the northern lip of the Great Lawn, where the skyline lays in front of you like a blanket.
Under the bridge in Astoria, enjoying the night's lights.
Cabs In Heat
These cabs wanted to fuck each other. I can tell.
She's the greatest City in America for a reason. This is a pretty big part of that reason.
The underside of a bridge in Astoria. This is how you much metal you need to support millions of tons of concrete, steel, cars and people.