We spent the last few days walking around Manhattan (that’s modern American for Manna-hata), staring at scyscrapers and taking tons of pictures. Here’s a selection of what we say during the days:
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Whenever I see scyscraper construction work going on, I try to tell whether they build it up or take it down (I mean, they obviously can’t blow’em up, but somehow all the old buildings have to come down, right?), but I can never really tell.
In this picture, I think the one on the left is deconstruction and the one on the right is definetly new.
As you already know, we went to Times Square. No picture can truly capture the how much is going on there, but we tried nonetheless:
That’s it for now, stay tuned for more pics from the nightime views of Manna-hata…
Does anyone know that this is about? We saw these to cars in two way-not-in-the-same-area places in New York. Is that a common prank or some kinda parking-violation punishment? (I guess the latter would be silly)