Chinatown

I love Chinatown in Manhattan — so much to look at, to smell, to listen to. Unending contrasts and what feels like chaos, even in comparison to the rest of New York.

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Times Square faces

Sometimes Times Square — when it’s late enough not to be uncomfortably crowded — actually makes you feel good about humanity.

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Reflection

Looking up from the sunken garden of the Met Breuer on an unusually warm February afternoon.

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Metro

Not sure there is any set of structures in the world that fit my eye as well as the DC metro does.

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Library of Congress

They don’t make em like they used to. Just an incredible building, bordering on absurd, with over-the-top colors and patterns and variety and ornamentation.

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Central Park

Anna and I ventured into the frigid city this afternoon and stumbled upon this scene: A snow making machine in Central Park, with afternoon sunlight streaming through. It felt like we’d stepped onto a movie set.

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