New York in May between thunderstorms. This is on Fifth Avenue south of Madison Square.

 

Big

I have a friend who hated New York because she felt as if she were underground looking up at the sky. Which I actually like because it has the most beautiful walls in the world.

I always want the window seat. I've seen the flooded Mississippi, Las Vegas at night, fireworks, craters and comets from above and below. This is just east of the red Colorado rocks.

 

Between

I've driven cross country many many times and it still surprises me both on the ground and above it how big the country is and how many remarkable places there are.

 Forty-fourth street moves from the interior gathering space of Grand Central to exterior plaza of Times Square. This is holding up the Yale Club flag on Vanderbilt.

Forty-fourth street moves from the interior gathering space of Grand Central to exterior plaza of Times Square. This is holding up the Yale Club flag on Vanderbilt.

 

Bits

Bits and pieces are visible everywhere if you walk looking left and right and not straight ahead - though it is not actually advisable because you will provoke comments both from strangers and your companions and tend to walk into things. You can also see things from the passenger seat you will never see if you are driving. Hopefully.