Saturday, May 21, 2011

Phone camera dump: A day in New York 

The TH Daughter and I went in to New York for the day. We did some shopping in Chelsea boutiques, walked the High Line, had lunch at Chelsea Pier, and then cabbed it to Dylan's Candy Bar. I grabbed a few moments on the Blackberry camera...

Old sewing machines in the window of the Allsaints store on 13th street, which I take to be the erstwhile location of a garment factory.

Sewing machines

A bit of the High Line, an awesome urban park built on old elevated train tracks. Really something to see if you visit New York on a nice day.

The High Line

The TH Daughter on said High Line.

Certain people on the High Line

A view from Chelsea Pier, on the north side of the driving range. I've always liked that colorful building in the background.

Chelsea Pier

Dylan's Candy Bar, at 60th and Third:

Dylan's Candy Bar

Princeton Reunions are coming up, so...

M&Ms in Reunions atire

And, finally, a random view of my car going through the car wash, after our return to Princeton. I just like the picture.

At the car wash


By Blogger Tim, at Sun May 22, 11:21:00 AM:

The Highline is terrific, and is being extended north so that the walk is more than a pleasant 10 minutes long.  

By Anonymous feeblemind, at Sun May 22, 02:38:00 PM:

Was showing the pics to my Significant Other while scrolling one pic at a time.

When we hit the candy store she told me about the segregated M&M's they sold and lo and behold, segregated M&M's in the next pic! I commented that they all taste the same, she said no, the lavender ones are much better!

Her daughter is headed to the reunion as well. Number 5 for her.  

By Blogger Clay B., at Mon May 23, 05:47:00 PM:

There is a store in Seattle with those same sewing machines in the windows.  

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