"Look at my nail polish" shot
It’s a dumpling on a bunny. And that dinosaur is actually a pony. @seanestone @elyselenore
Berry crisp with vanilla bean ice cream topped with mint. #sidecar #philadelphia
Walked out this morning and was welcomed by these two lovely trees. #manayunk #philadelphia #spring
"The Scholastic Building was the first new building to be constructed in the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District, replacing a one-story garage built in 1954. Completed in 2001, it is the only New York City work by the Italian architect Aldo Rossi. It is respectful of its immediate neighbors and pays homage to the district’s cast iron architectural identity. The cast iron architecture that defines this neighborhood straddles between the classical and industrial periods of New York’s past. According to historian William Higgins, "the building’s columnar Broadway façade, in steel, terra-cotta, and stone, echoes the scale and the formal, Classical character of its commercial neighbors. The rear façade, on Mercer Street, extracts a gritty essence from its more utilitarian surroundings of plain cast iron and weathered masonry."
According to Wikipedia: “One Times Square, also known as 1475 Broadway, the New York Times Building, the New York Times Tower, or simply as the Times Tower, is a 25 story, skyscraper. The tower was originally built to serve as the headquarters of the local newspaper, The New York Times (which also gave its name to the area as a whole, known as Times Square.) In 1995, One Times Square was re-purposed as an advertising location to take advantage of its prime location within the squares due to the large amount of revenue that its ads pull. One Times Square is considered one of the most valuable advertising locations in the world.”
As I took this, I was singing “…them basic b*tches wear that shit so I don’t even bother.”
"I love my life."
@karrisa modeling the ladybug
A Seattle weekend. #philadelphia #cityhall #spring
Spring Snowflakes
If only it can rain pizza…
Protecting City Hall. #philadelphia