New York City — Times Square A summer storm started up and I wasn't able to color it.
|One of the streets at Times Square, from the top of some steps|
The Main Library, one of the pair of iconic lions on either side of the steps.
|The New York City Public Library, main branch|
|Grand Central Station, New York City|
|Kuykuit - the relatively humble mansion of four generations |
of the Rockefellers, some of whom still live on the property
Philadelphia — I was hoping to see the Barnes Collection, opened earlier this year. Purchase tickets in advance if you want to go, it's been sold out every day! The Rodin Museum, recently renovated, is now open — I spent much of the day there.
|One of the works at the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia|
|The Three Shades by Rodin|
|An early mail plane. There was a mail train, and the mail sorters had a mascot, Owney, who accompanied them all over the U.S. along the various mail routes. The National Postal Museum|
|This poor bird, of course they killed the last one. Related to the Mud Hen.|
The National Natural History Museum relegates it to a poorly-lit downstairs hallway.