I started an afternoon walk in the Upper West Side when it was interrupted by an impromptu audition that sent me racing across Central Park to the Guggenheim. I got a few pictures I wanted to take in the area, including the First Baptist Church (but only the exterior as they are not open 24/7 – something I never understand with NYC churches). I was going to go take some shots of the summer sunlight hitting Lincoln Center, but had no time, so I stopped off in Verdi Square and then headed for Central Park. Here are some of the architectural views I saw along the way down Broadway and to the park.
Next week: we return to the Cathedral of St. John the Divine to climb the cathedral – first part – the grounds and outside.