When your kids are kind enough to remember that their Old Ma is a blogger, always in search of good photos. They obliged. In spades. Enjoy.
Out and about – First up, Storm King when no one else was there…
Heading down around the south tip of Manhattan, looking north
The old ferry port at South Street. They built a new one to its left (that you can kind of see the tip of). Our guide told us that they are creating a hotel on top of the older one, that the glass on the top is going to be a lobby or lounge of sorts…I believe they will be building straight on top of the station…cool
The old Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg on the waterfront. The waterfront is being developed into lots of glass high-rises and there is lots of push back about the fact that they are turning the SF into condos. This was a cool image that shows the old SF next to the newly transformed condo building.
Up on the Harlem River, just an image of the average age of the guests. The guy in the hat with the mic towards the back was our guide, I didn’t get a better picture of him
Columbia University sports complex. This area was BY FAR the most beautiful on the whole tour, I had NO idea there was landscape like this in NYC. The Freshman Crew team is responsible for the upkeep of the blue C painted on the rocks every year…
These two are after we rounded the bend from the Harlem River and entered the Hudson River. Heading back down south with the city and the GW Bridge in the background. By far the roughest water the whole tip (as you can see)