Photo by myself high above Central Park. You can see the gilded entrance to the park at the corner of 59th Street and Central Park West.
The high rise to the right was a renovation by architect Philip Johnson. Johnson took an existing building and replaced its drab exterior with windows tinted a dark shade of bronze. It was simple and brilliant move that completely changed the character of the building.
The week sped by in a good way. I can't believe it's Friday. My first week at my new job went very well but it's left me feeling tired.
Mark and I will chill out this weekend, doing errands and fiddling with my new camera. I recently purchased a digital SLR, and it is complicated. You can't just take it out of the box and use it. There will be a huge learning curve and reading of manuals.
I'll be back tomorrow hopefully with something new to say. In the meantime, I'm sharing a photo from above Central Park. I'm working on a project for a apartment renovation and this is the view from the window.
I must confess I have a slight fear of heights, but I wouldn't mind watching the change of seasons from here.
For another aerial photo, click here.