The Afternoon in Brooklyn

We landed in JFK before noon and and headed straight out to find food.

There were multiple calls for burgers so we settled on this little nook in Brooklyn called James, since it was just down the road from our destination.

It always takes me a minute to get used to American service, which includes a LOT more conversation than Japan. I mean, it’s not better or worse. There’s just a difference in the way the service industry works here.

Anyways, after our delicious brunch we headed out to see the rest of Brooklyn.

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The Windows of New York

I personally love looking out the window.
The higher the window the better.
But apparently there are those who
like to look at windows.
Like graphic designer José Guiza.
In his Windows of New York project page
he posts an illustration of a window he’s seen every week.
The website says:
A product of countless steps of journey through the city streets,
this is a collection of windows that somehow have caught my
restless eye out from the never-ending buzz of the city.

This project is part an ode to architecture
and part a self-challenge to never stop looking up.

Despite my love of looking below from windows,
I also hope I never stop looking up either.
Aren’t the windows beautiful?