Urban Alchemy

by bronxelf

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These are random moments in the life of an indecent designer and the city she loves.

To read my grudging babblings about design, click the button.

And can we really measure
If we think we're any better
than that skyline that goes on and on
forever, on and on...."

- Less Than Jake: Is This Thing On?

Everybody in this world wants the same damned thing-
just not at the same time.

-Chris Orbach: Jane

I could be condemned to hell for every sin but littering."

- Soul Coughing: Idiot Kings

I am a female, carbon based lifeform.
I am a New York City Native.
I am a Design Professional.
I take photographs.
I also sculpt, paint, create mosaics, and play with weapons.

And sometimes, I even dance about Architecture.

What I see, is what you get.

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19th Sep 2005, 19:12   | tags:,

Dhamaka says:

love this

19th Sep 2005, 23:54

bronxelf says:

I love how it just peeks out at you.

20th Sep 2005, 00:19

Jay(Jay-at-knightly-dot-com) says:

Whenever I'm driving up to Manhattan or have gone to make my deliveries in Brooklyn and look back, it seems to be looming out over the other buildings in almost an otherworldly way. I've changed my route to lower Manhattan so I drive by it almost everytime.

20th Sep 2005, 01:40

bronxelf says:

I actually think the Chrysler is a much nicer building, but I don't get to see it from the west side. But I get to see the ESB from pretty much anywhere I'm likely to be. :)

20th Sep 2005, 01:45

bronxelf says:

Thanks. :) I'm just really lucky that I get to see it every day.

I'm glad you had a nice time here. Personally I think it's wonderful, but I'm a bit biased.

Just a little.

20th Sep 2005, 05:21

Dhamaka says:

maybe *grins*

I like the contrast too, between the dark foregraound and the lighter distance

20th Sep 2005, 08:31

seaneeboy says:

There's no place like home. Except parts of Legoland. But it's a bit smaller.

20th Sep 2005, 13:08

bronxelf says:

It does sort of have that post-cardyness to it.

Sean- yeah and a little blockier. But you know, you get your substitutes where you can. I'm just happy enough to be able to get the real thing.

20th Sep 2005, 14:34

ElphsHouse says:

how lovely.
i envy you, living where you love and loving where you live.
sigh. i miss brick.

20th Sep 2005, 16:08

bronxelf says:

I *love* where I live. I really, really do.

However almost *all* (with the exception of fewer than 10) of my friends live very far away. So I kinda get one or the other, most of the time.

But as to *where* I live? I have absolutely no complaints.

20th Sep 2005, 16:10

Euphro says:

Looks like cool, autumnal weather, for some reason (must be the light). I can imagine pulling my collar up as I walk by :)

20th Sep 2005, 16:21

bronxelf says:

It's actually still quite warm here. Not enough to need even a windbreaker yet, but I'm sure that will come here soon enough. It's still quite summery, but thank goodness not as humid.

20th Sep 2005, 16:23

Joe says:

and I'm gonna be there soon!


20th Sep 2005, 16:26

bronxelf says:

Yep. I've already started cleaning the place in advance of your arrival.

20th Sep 2005, 16:28

Joe says:

:D...you rule!

20th Sep 2005, 16:30

bronxelf says:

So I've been told. However there is no evidence of same.

Note and reminder: Coffee on 129th Street.
Real Food, 24 hours a day.

Sadly, there is still cat hair. Argent refuses to stop shedding.

20th Sep 2005, 16:32

Euphro says:

It's surprisingly cool here, although I think it will warm up towards the end of the week :)

20th Sep 2005, 16:33

Joe says:

for good coffee and all night food, I reckon we can put up with a little house walrus hair :)

20th Sep 2005, 16:34

bronxelf says:

Thats wonderful. I'm sure he will want to sleep with you as well. Please, if you find room in your luggage...

20th Sep 2005, 16:42