Nov 17 2018

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

5th Ave,
New York, NY 10022

The sound of music ..

 


Nov 17 2018

St. Thomas Church

1 W 53rd St,
New York, NY 10019


Nov 17 2018

Street scenes

midtown … Nike has a long line 

 


Nov 17 2018

Lord and Taylor is closing

103 years, this NYC institutionis closing … other branches are open tho – one near us has expanded recently. Odd. Can’t compete?

evanka trump brand

  


Nov 17 2018

HSBC at the Library

Have a leisure time at the Library … The tourists are plentiful. Not really sure the library is their destinatin …


Nov 17 2018

Central Park in the morning

Caught the 6:49 train train into the city and this is what I see in Central Park


Oct 23 2018

China Now @ Carnegie Hall

China Now Music Festival shoowcasing Chinese composers. Cai Jindong 蔡金冬conducts. Mr. Yu 俞 is there too, in the audience. The music is so so – too modern for my taste. Our comp tickets are front and center @ Parquet E row.

Hyatt across the street is opened

   


Oct 20 2018

South Street Seaport Museum


12 Fulton Street
New York

The museum is tiny, housed in Schermerhorn Row. It’s good for my research purpose but not sure the “been here” stamp crowds will enjoy it as much. I took the Archtober tour which I highly recommend, is awesome: load of information and very engaging. Walked hearty 5.1 miles.

  


Oct 20 2018

St. Paul’s Chapel of Trinity Church Wall Street

We call it St. Paul, four blocks north of Trinity @ 209 Broadway in New York. This Bell of Hope was gifted by mayor of London and the Archbishop of Canterbury in 2002.9.11. It rings annually on Sept. 11, in memory of the attack, of HOPE not tragedy.

   

 


Oct 20 2018

Trinity Church


75 Broadway
New York, NY 10006

Left corner is Soldiers’ Monument, 1852. Honoring Revolutionary War soldiers  

The steeple is on Broadway, one end to Wall Street. The other side is on Trinity Pl which facing to American Stock Exchange AMEX (86 Trinity Place). The main hall is under renovation.

The 39 foot tall (11.9 m) Astor Cross was installed in 1914 by Carrie, in memory of her mother Mrs. AstorCaroline ‘Lina’ Schermerhorn who died in 1908. Lina was the granddaughter of Peter Schermerhorn who built the Schermerhorn Row @ South Street Seaport. This cenotaph was designed by Thomas Nash.