It has been many moons since I posted a hodgepodge collection of random sights we have recently seen around the city (see previous installments here, here and here). But lately, since we now own two cameras (our new DLSR and our always trusty point-and-shoot), Eric has started always carrying the point-and-shoot with him when he goes to work each day. You just never know when you might hear about an unexpected celebrity sighting opportunity (such as Will Smith filming Men In Black III in midtown last week), a fun event, or just pass something random on the street.
Last night I pulled the camera out of Eric's coat pocket and uploaded the pictures he has taken over the past few weeks. They are definitely a hodgepodge of unrelated subjects, and there's some entertaining stuff in there. So, let's take a look at random New York City, through Eric's eyes.
Easter 2010, Easter 2009, and Memorial Day 2009). He's always crazily dressed, with dog-with-dyed-fur in tow (and usually, a bird on his head). He's good stuff.
Broadway in Bryant Park will return, summer movies will return, the works. Warm weather fun is on its way!
poor Gandhi had his glasses stolen right off his face. They have been replaced by now, so not to worry.
Quick tangent: I suspect Eric took this photo when we went down to 14th Street before coming home one night so he could pick up some Chipotle for us. I know I have mentioned that there is no Chipotle in our immediate New Jersey area and that is a TRAVESTY. We now have to cross state lines to get our Chipotle fix. We have remedied that problem by having Eric go down to 14th Street after work to pick up dinner then bring it home via the 14th Street PATH train station. It's workable, but I have significantly less Chipotle in my life since moving out of the city. I'm sure my health is grateful but my taste buds are sad.
a rat ran into my foot in the subway? I still shudder to think about it.)
will be up for auction at Christie's next month. He could be yours!
And now you have a slight idea of the kinds of things Eric encounters on an average work day in the city. It's quite an interesting place to be, don't you think?