that is pretty funny.
Things are all looking up
now that is fun!!
Lots of signs....I hope drivers can read them without looking up too long! :)
Hi!I hope they don`t confuse someone...Great...GreetingsYvi
oy! it's like duh crossroads of cullchure
So many choices!
That's a whole lot of information packed into one small space. It makes the rebel in me want to turn left even more.wv: malpatep. The Malpateps inhabited the central part of Mexico during the 1500s and lived in cities with no street signs or arrows. They were constantly wandering around in circles or taking bad steps, hence the name malpatep.
Wait. Can you turn left?
Well, all the signs point one way (up!) and you can't turn left, so if you want to check out the MOMA or a couple of museums, it shouldn't be too hard...although I could get lost in about a block and a half!Re your comment on Ocala DP - So, you're saying no matter what they call it, New York pizza ain't gonna be the same as NEW YORK pizza 'cause of the water? I don't think I've ever eaten NEW YORK pizza, so I'm at a disadvantage...and our water is rather hard.One of these days we're going to try this place, however. I shall report back then on whether it was any good by Ocala standards - which doesn't mean much, probably!Meanwhile, hope you have a superb weekend with Toon Man!
Crikey where to start! LOL
What a busy place!<><
I remember that intersection well
I used to stay right around the corner from there. Watched the Tall Ships atop a Brownstone during the Bicentennial.
Soooo sick for a NY visit!
All kinds of good learning in that direction :-)
Can't decide between the Childrens' Museum or the Museum of Art. I'll just sit here for a while and think about it....
It's good to have options, and all in the same direction! :)
The city always makes my head spin!!! Perhaps it's because I'm directionally challenged;)
Haven't been to the Met in AGES!
I'm feeling lost already! And what! I can't turn there either??
Wow...for a rural girl like me this is confusing and overwhelming! I hate driving in the city ;0)
I like it that I actually know where this is. Yeah!WV: kershcle. Hershel's younger and much kookier brother.
Looks like you can get almost anywhere! Or, not.
So much that is good is right exactly there.
I love this shot; it is the epitome of "city" for me. Cramming as much stuff/information/people into as little space as possible. :)I grew up in a small, rural town but the feeling of this shot feels more like home to me than my hometown. I've never understood people who get flustered in city traffic, even NYC...just breathe, count the extra blocks you have to take to navigate to the turning lane you need and then turn and go back around. But then, I tend to see driving to a new place as an adventure and getting lost by taking the wrong turn or having to go the "long way" is just part of the fun. :)
I followed all the signs in NYC to the Lincoln Tunnel once and ended up getting a ticket for turning right during rush hour. It's all so confusing. But I love NYC!Have a great weekend,jj
Soon you will spring ahead, and i can be first commenter again!Aloha from Hawaii my DarComfort Spiral
but ...but.. hasn't 'dedelstein' already turned left?!;-)
OK... aahhh maybe we should see the direction of the sunlight here... hee hee... great shot! Have a great weekend, NYC!:) The Bach
We move in such different environments. LOL
I love signs, really I do, but they do clutter up the scenery....
Now that I know how to get there I need to plan a trip! Thanks for the directions.