Some of the "best" (read: weirdest, funniest, most disturbing) things we saw in our time in New York were, unfortunately, things I couldn't photograph. Not without risking assault in any event. And we saw some sights, mostly involving clothing, that left us laughing and/or shaking our heads. Seriously? A filmy, strapless"maxi dress" for business attire? I'll keep my mouth shut on some of the full- body tattoos....
But occasionally we found some sights that could be photographed, even from a moving bus! I love the idea of a mobile cupcake truck! We never found this guy when we were on foot, though. (We did walk by a cupcake store (there are such things) that sold teeny tiny beautifully decorated cupcakes. $2 each, and barely two bites, but that's New York for you. We stopped once on our way from the bus stop to the medical center....not worth $2.
I caught this shot one day when T was still pretty mobile and the Farmers' Market was set up in Union Square Park. What gorgeous radishes....right in the middle of the city!
One of my favorite sights, though, was over on the corner of Fifth and W59th as we were waiting for the bus downtown. Our son and his family were also in NYC that weekend and walked us over from the apartment. There he was in all his scarlet glory: ELMO! Our grandson Gus was a little shy at first, but next thing we knew he was "high fiving" and finally up in Elmo's arms!
Don't see stuff like this in downtown Ridgefield.