Summer in the city

I thought it would be fun to share with you some interesting things I saw and did this beautiful summer weekend.  New York City is endlessly fascinating, anywhere you turn.

 

There was a two-hour wait to see the Alexander McQueen exhibit at The Metropolitan Museum, but if you buy a $70 membership, you get in immediately. So that's just what David and I did. This is a lavender leather and horsehair dress. McQueen was a fashion artist.
Mr. Jazzman played in front of the museum to an audience on the steps, where people love to sit and watch the passing parade on Fifth Avenue.

 

 

 

 

 

Two FOFs relaxed on a bench in front of a church on Fifth Avenue, across the street from Central Park. One really relaxed, stretching out to read, making the bench her sofa.
This fruit seller parks his cart at the corner of my apartment building on Lexington Avenue and 89th Street. He is there 24 hours a day, six days a week, and does a sweet business.
The family and friends of a 27-year-old woman who died in 2002 planted a tree outside the apartment building where she grew up. So touching.

 

 


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