Welcome to the city that never sleeps!
Ming the Merciless
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woohoo... Washing Square Park???
Great shot, Ming! And didn't you get around last weekend?—photos from midtown, photos from downtown . . . thanks for all of it.
superbe cette photo, instantané de la vie, j'adore.haughtiness this photograph, instantaneous of life, I love.
Nice shot but show us people wearing shorts and t-shirts ;) After one sunny week , it is rainning again :(
Works still in progress, under the watchful eye of our Garibaldi...
can't wait for summer! although i like spring too. wish spring lasted longer.
Yes, shorts and tee shirts for everyone now. Definitely today -- 90 degree?I am NOT looking forward to summer in the city.Paz
Oh, absolutely! The last 2-3 days have been great, but after this cold front moves in tonight, it will be more like April again :o(
Wonderful photo. So sorry about the plane incident over NYC on Monday. Must have been horrifying!! Yes, looking forward to summer! Have a lovely day, Ming.
Yes, of course. Summer is always a treat, though I would be uncomfortable with your east coast humidity. Even though we live by the sea, our humidity tends to be relatively low in Seattle. My favorite part of summer is the long hours of daylight, and of course the shirt sleeve temperatures -:)
Wow I stayed at the Washington Square Hotel and we walked through the park loads. Good to see the sun out. Hoping summer will be good here unlike last year!Hope you're well
Summer's here MIng. When I turn the AC on, it's here. I notice your trees aren't quite leafed out. Our spring has come and gone. We're waiting on the humidity Chuck mentioned. Oh lordy it's brutal here.I love this , OH SO NYC, photo.V
Yes! Especially the first two or three days...before it suddenly gets too hot to breathe!
looking forward to the day they reopen the park! don't know what they are waiting for...
I love your city life captures!
Geez, those scaffoldings are still there? Hey, after those few days of summer, looks like Spring is back!
i remember throwing snowballs in the park just a few months ago.... hope they get that construction done in time for summer~!
Lovely to see it again: the view is much different from the one I used to have by 2:00 a.m., when leaving the Blue Note to catch a cab at Park Ave... ;)
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