one of the most brilliant cities in the world.
five guys said hi!
john with the dream, and he was not the only one.
because it was april.
tiny rolling potatoes.
side note: there was this math game i used to play on the computer when i was a kid. it had many little purple potatoes jumping, rolling about, doing erm…i cannot remember what, probably math-related stuff. now that i’m a grown up, i’ve always thought that kids running about look like those potatoes. anyway, those kids in the pictures actually did “roll” down the slope – on the teacher’s cue, they all raced down, for god-knows-what reason. seems dangerous, don’t you think? so i was thinking to myself, ah well…that’s “americans” for you, doing silly stuff like that, thinking it’s fun until someone breaks his neck. and then the next moment, i thought, maybe it’s just me being too “asian” thinking that it’s dangerous for kids running down a slope.
scraping the skies.
up, up, and away!
on your mark…
best mode of transport, of course.
the stars and stripes.
grand central terminal.
reporting from the empire state building.
heart of NYC.