Friday, October 5, 2007

Roof with a view, part 2

When I finally get home in time to enjoy the lingering daylight (if only from my roof), it sure is nice to have views like these:



With the sun setting to our west you might almost call the view of Jersey in the distance idyllic...almost



Looking south down Broadway we have an unobstructed view of this famed street as it makes its way to the end of the city. If you look close enough you can see where the water (i.e. hudson meets east river) ends and Brooklyn begins.



Perhaps my favorite underdog, the Con Ed building stands proud amidst her shorter neighbors. Our own little empire state, this buildings colors change much like our friends below but with more variety! Often we are blessed with a 5 color night...



The undisputed landmark of the city. Looking north we are graced with the former Met Life building basking in the glory of her hero, the Empire State Building.



And just a little friendly reminder to all that while I may not have an hour to sit and mess around in the kitchen I can still take 10 minutes to put together a healthy, home made lunch. (sliced yellow peppers, kerby cukes, grape tomatoes, and a half sandwich of turkey on whole wheat.)

Happy Friday!

4 comments:

amandajean said...

what wonderful views from your apartment! I gotta talk my husband into visiting NYC.

Anonymous said...

Even though I have enjoyed those views with you and Gary... (Lola too), I continue to be in awe of the beauty in the charm, character and history of the architecture in your own back (and front) yard!!!
I do understand your love for NYC...I love it too!

xox

nancyb

david mcmahon said...

Great work, Lindsay - again!

Sara said...

Wow! I absolutely love these photos from your building! That is so cool. There is something very exciting about being able to enjoy such views from one's apartment, or rooftop, in that exciting city.