Homage to “Manhatta”

About Keith Goldstein

Lives and works in New York City.
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6 Responses to Homage to “Manhatta”

  1. loisajay says:

    This is what I miss about the NY/NJ area. We have nothing like this in FL–at least not in the Panhandle area, where I live.

  2. This is so foreign to my rural Minnesota eyes. The massiveness of those tall buildings overwhelms me. I find mega cities overwhelming in so many ways. Sensory overload. I need open space, a place for my eye to roam into forever. It’s a good thing we are all different and don’t all desire to live in the same environments. That all said, I appreciate the view you give me of a place vastly different from mine.

    • My family and I try to escape a couple of times a year to the ocean. Infinite horizon. Alfred Hitchcock said that was his idea of happiness, a clear horizon. No clouds, no trees, nothing….

  3. Pingback: Homage to “Manhatta” — For Earth Below – Naked Cities Journal

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