5th Avenue Doors

There are plenty of lovely doors on the famous 5th Avenue shopping area in Manhattan.

Here are 3 for Thursday Doors 8/18/2002 https://nofacilities.com/2022/09/15/the-road-to-preston/

Gay Street Doors

The Petite Boucherie, a French bistro, is on the corner of a charming little alley called Gay Street and Christopher Street. It is not far from Sheridan Square in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York City. I like to dine there occasionally. I was going to eat lunch there recently with Marc but it was too hot. They had opened all the windows wide to the outside. I’ll eat there again when the weather is cooler. For Thursday Doors 9/8/2022 https://nofacilities.com/2022/09/08/clay-hill-leftovers/.

Ivy House

I often see people taking photographs of the ivy-covered building. The middle door is in that building and the last door is labeled “Beau Geste” on Greenwich Street a few doors away. Beau Geste is an adventure novel by British writer P. C. Wren. For Thursday doors 9/1/2022 https://nofacilities.com/2022/09/01/more-from-clay-hill/.

Hudson River Park at Night

The garage at Pier 40 where we keep our car little VW Jetta is 0.95 miles south of our home. It is usually a pleasant walk along Hudson River Park to home from there.

High Line

The High Line is adding a new connection to the uptown end soon Connections | The High Line.

Some of the artwork is intriguing.

Hudson Yards

A walk home for m B&H camera store took us through part of Hudson Yards in Manhattan.

Doors on Bethune Street

Marc photographed these on Bethune Street in Greenwich Village, Manhattan, New York, for me for Thursday Doors 8/11/2022 https://nofacilities.com/2022/08/11/clay-hill-synagogues/.

Jackson Square GV

Jackson Square at the beginning of Horatio Street has lovely plantings. I added a couple of odd photographs taken locally: A spooky dead rose and someone sprayed a stencil of an angel on the sidewalk.