Waking up very early in the morning, Shane and I went for a walk taking photos. We reached Central Park when it was just after dawn and walked the south side, here are some of the photographs of that roughly 1 kilometre walk along West 59th Street. Well, it could be less, but felt like that.
The dawn finally breaks lighting up the skyscrapers
More statues from South America. What I found ironic was that USA’s relationship with the South American countries has usually been very fraught and then they have these statues of heroic liberators like Simon Bolivar in the middle of NY.
Lovely colours of autumn
No its not an explosion, but only some steam being let off.
More apartment buildings
General Sherman. The man whose victory over Atlanta saved President Lincoln’s election campaign and can arguably be said to have preserved the union. Perhaps one of the modern ear’s first scorched earth policy leading generals, his gilded bronze statue seems to have suffered from the same fate of looking scorched.
Extraordinary set of buildings side by side
I couldn't understand what that top of the building was supposed to look like. And on the right, mirrored buildings. Here is the slideshow with more photographs.