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Thursday, February 12, 2009

On Broadway

Times Sq., NYC
Photo by myself in Times Square, around 43rd Street and Broadway.

The other night in Times Square, it seemed like everyone was from another part of the world. I heard many different accents while walking down the street.


It's the perfect time to visit New York right now. We are going through a very mild spell of weather.

The last few days, temperatures have been in the 40's and 50's, making it feel very much like Spring.

Related posts: All A-Shiver on the Streets, What's Scrolling in Midtown and Brrrrrrrrr.


Hilda said...

All those different peoples from all over the world must make for a very exciting city!

Olivier said...

vraiment j'aime beaucoup tes photos de rue. celle là est tres reussie et puis elle m'a fait penser à la chanson de George Benson On Broadway

Mom Knows Everything said...

It looks very packed with a lot of different people. Interesting shot Kitty!

Anonymous said...

Everyone is a stranger in a big city. That's the only thing I don't like about living in a big city. The biggest I ever lived in was Baltimore and that was not for long and we didn't like it. I think living in a large city is mostly for people who have to live there and for all of those who were born there. Sorta like being born into a Catholic family almost certainly means you grow up Catholic.

Anonymous said...

Lots of folks!


Ashley said...

That's one thing I love about NYC- such a huge variety of people!

dianasfaria.com said...

Oh I wish the nice weather would have stayed with us. It was lovely outside until these wild winds blew in!