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Friday, June 24, 2011

A Friendly Wave, in Midtown

Scaffolding, NYC
Photo by myself around 30th Street and Sixth Avenue, in Midtown.

I got a friendly wave from a scaffolding worker the other day, while walking about Midtown.

Little did he know that I am wary of scaffolding! I have anxiety about walking under metal poles and walkways that look like they are about to topple over.

There is tons of scaffolding on buildings in New York, since there are always repairs and restoration being done to building exteriors. You can't avoid walking under scaffolding. Often you will find it on both sides of the street.

Related posts: Bewildered, in Times Square, Tete-a-Tete, in Times Square and On Times Square and Our Rupert.

5 comments:

Olivier said...

c'est vrai que NYC est toujours en construction / restauration / et qu'il y a des échafaudages partout, ce qui aide pas pour faire des photos, a part celle là ;)

Birdman said...

You probably made his day.

Leif Hagen said...

Scott the scaffolding worker was a friendly fellow! Little did he know that he'd end up on the world famous, ever-so-popular New York City Daily Photo blog!
bon weekend, Kitty

Lily Hydrangea said...

how sweet is that?
maybe he sensed your trepidation & wanted to put you at ease.

masa said...

But you took this shot...well done!!