Photo by myself at the Columbus Circle subway station.
It's been raining constantly, this week.
With rain comes delays with the subway. Yes, I know it's the 21st century, but that's how it goes. For some reason, rain means switching failures, which means delays.
This morning it took Mark and I over an hour to get to work. On a good day, when all transfers line up, it takes 35 minutes.
We were stalled in the station, stalled on the tracks. In an over-crowded train with no air circulation, no less. Mark and I just stood in the car rolling our eyeballs at each other. Argh!
I feel especially badly about the rain because our City Daily Photo friend, Olivier, from Evry, France, is in town. He visits New York every year and is a gifted photographer.
I talked to Oliver on the phone Wednesday (!). My French was even more awful than I thought. Ha.
Anyway, I look forward to meeting Olivier very soon. He is a favorite within the City Daily Photo community.
For Olivier's site at Evry Daily Photo, click here.
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