Photo by myself, somewhere in Midtown.
For every building with a public elevator, there at least one service elevator. This one had its doors wide open to the sidewalk.
This service entrance looked like an odd and informal gallery. There was a 'Mona Lisa', a view of the World Trade Towers and a portrait in graphite. At the metal doors of the service elevator, American flags were painted on the panels.
Happy Friday, everyone!
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