Tuesday, September 15

the high line

{brunch with laynie at locanda verde, where they have very clean awnings}

{on the way to chelsea ~ talk of these strollers, and the possible psychological damage derived from unlovable drawer-baby status}

{on the high line ~ plantings among the old tracks}

{what's the fun in staying on the path ~ despite signs requesting "keep it wild"}

{all the cool kids were there, attending to business}


{among the cool kids}

{high line and skyline}

{10th avenue redevelopment ~ a few still-broken windows}

{hard to imagine a more pleasant walk to work ~ for a portion of the commute, anyway}

{nor a prettier view once arrived ~ an editor worked on his laptop, at the bank of windows looking toward the empire state building}

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