Photo by myself at 72nd Street and Central Park West.
Tuesday night was not so much cold as it was rainy. The damp weather sent people scampering for cover.
This was the view near the Dakota (at right), a landmark building on the Upper West Side. This building is known for being the home of many celebrities, including the late John Lennon, and having been the setting of the movie 'Rosemary's Baby'. The West 72nd Street subway station nestles up alongside the building facade.
As you can see, the sidewalks are suprisingly tidy. The sidewalks vary greatly, depending on where you are in the city.
Related posts: On Lost Icons and the Dakota, All Lit Up, at 72nd Street, and The Look Outside the Dakota.