A Writers Conference in NYC, part two

I love the immediacy of walking in New York. The city rushes by in a smear of lights, cars, pavement. Everyone is in a hurry to get somewhere. Or so it seems.

Not me. I’m going nowhere in particular with a camera banging at my hip and I like it this way.

To eat grilled corn

grilled corn (NY)

and a falafel sandwich for a Midtown breakfast.

falafel sandwich

To visit the deKooning retrospective at MoMA and photograph behind the gallery walls

inside MoMA

then wander through Chinatown

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the next day, before leaving the city.

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To find Sol LeWitt’s structures in City Hall Park

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before a walk to Zuccotti Park in the Financial District

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to witness Occupy Wall Street.

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Occupy Wall Street (NYC), seven

Occupy Wall Street (NYC), four

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Occupy Wall Street (NYC), eight

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To end with a quick stop at Babycakes for Chocolate Chip Sandwich Cookies filled with Vanilla Frosting before driving home. Until next time, New York.

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