As I wait for the Bx12 bus, I savor the green leaves of the trees and the blue sky, knowing that in mere months, winter will come it’s way.
During a trip to midtown Manhattan, I stepped out onto 57th Street and 8th Avenue, looking up in awe. I had been away from Manhattan so long, I almost forgot the visual appeal of skyscrapers and high rises. The onlookers must have thought I was a tourist, the way I was in awe as I snapped these photos. I’m just a sucker for good architecture.
As the snow melts away, making way for spring, I take a moment to remember when all I could see was streets and sidewalks covered in snow. The snowfalls and blizzards that filled every commute, the way my boots pressed through inches of snow as I treaded forward, and the numerous moments I had my camera ready for those picturesque landscapes in my neck of the urban “woods”. All things considered, I’m ready for spring. Goodbye, winter.