Looking Up

I just read some early reviews of Imperfect Harmony and they were mostly positive, and some people really really loved it. Even the people who didn’t love it didn’t think it sucked or anything, and they were also incredibly civil in their reviews, for which I am forever grateful. Because I’ve developed a thin skin, god help me. I’ve become so terribly vulnerable to negative comments. I think this time around if I see one or two stars I have to force myself to not read the review.

Anyway things are looking up! To celebrate that, here are some shots I took while looking up. I like how in both of these a flying thing made it into the frame. This first one was taken at the corner of 13th Street and Greenwich Avenue. It doesn’t look like Manhattan, does it?

13th Street, New York City

And this was 43rd and … something far east, I forget, but I was just walking out of Tudor City. I should have focused on that gargoyle in the upper left hand corner.

Chrysler Building, New York City

Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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