Going along with last weeks entry, this week we take a look at NYC in the middle of the heat wave we had this summer. There was some really intense sunlight, making buildings look different than they usually do which is always interesting to look at.
Areas covered: West of midtown, some of the High Line, and a bunch of areas in the teens.
South of Port Authority.
The bus ramps out of Port Authority and to the Lincoln Tunnel.
A hidden area that just looks interesting.
The sun shines off of some of the newer towers on the west of midtown.
Looks like a tuning fork.
They climb to the sky surrounded by clouds.
A view from the piers.
Nice shadows on the fire escapes.
A church with a bright red door.
Seesaw? But those are bikes.
Water tower in the sun.
Shadow play on 36th St.
Colorful buildings on Ninth Ave.
A smoke stack.
Under the beginning of the High Line, hiding from the sun.
If you look to the right, the mural is gone from that wall.
A colorful sun shiny day in Chelsea.
View of the escape.
This just looks weird.
Impressive building in the teens.
How do you park your bike?
Crossing Eighth Ave.
Sun plays on the building.
Fun with fire escapes.
Shade on the brownstone.
That’s some fun light play.
Sun through the gate.
There is some shadow work.
Wouldn’t you want to live here?
Corner of the Macdougals.
The library basking in the sunlight.
Next week: Thurman, NY in Autumn.