Easter Eve…. one last batch of eggs from around the city. Tomorrow I hit you with the egg-splosion of all the eggs in the same place. Rock Center has never looked finer. But before then here you go, uptown, downtown all around town:
Interestingly, Jeff Koon’s egg was at Rock Center. I guess downtown by his sculpture wasn’t high rent enough.
This egg was a kaleidoscope, a great find inside a building at the South Street Seaport
Love this one. Those of you who have been following my blog might recognize the artist, Chor Boogie https://bytegirlphotography.com/2014/02/23/chor-boogie-at-the-cubes/
Three from the Empire State Building, fancy eggs for a fancy lobby.
Perfectly matched with the American Folk Art Museum.
This was one of my favorites, it now has a place of honor at the security desk at 30 Rock.
Leaving you here seems perfect as this egg symbolized the search so well. In every direction we went we found eggs. According to my pedometer app we averaged between 5 and 8 miles a day. Told my son we could get to California in a year if we pushed it.
Come back tomorrow for the egg-stravaganza to beat them all. Oh, and Happy Easter to all who celebrate!