Time to place your bets, ladies and gentlemen: red or black?
One of my favorite buildings: MOMA PS1. What it was - a public school. The structure, built in 1893, was originally the First Ward School, which could hold up to 1000 students in its more than 30 rooms. It was renamed PS 1 in 1898, but closed in 1962, and reopened as the Institute for Art and Urban Resources Inc.14 years later. .
Делаем ставки, дамы и господа: чёрное или красное?
Не знаю, в какой школе учились вы или ваши дети ... моя школа была похожа на коробочку; сын тоже учится в «коробочке» (у него даже меньше, потому что нет настоящего спорт-зала) ... А кому-то из поколения наших пра-дедушек посчастливилось учиться вот в таком красном замке. Или нет. Школа давным-давно закрылась; сейчас здесь музей современного искусства - MOMA Ps1.
If you know me well, you’d know that it isn’t unusual for me to leave my keys 🔑 or wallet abandoned somewhere. Sure enough I left my wallet in a Juno 😂. In an effort to find my wallet my first instinct was to contact the driver. He located my wallet in the back seat and let me know he’d take it to Juno headquarters in One WTC. I arrived after hours to the 84th floor 🚀 to find a single Juno specialist kind enough to stay behind and return my wallet. He allowed me to explore the incredible space. The sky was streaked with red. The beautiful sunlight that bathed the city this afternoon began to recede. Above the rooftops the sky had taken on a reddish glow. I arrived at the perfect time to get my wallet back and capture evening coming onto the streets. 🌆
This 1910 postcard depicts the Loomis Homestead in Windsor, Connecticut. Construction began in 1640, making it one the oldest timber-frame structures in the country. Below you'll see the Loomis Homestead today. What do you think?⠀
📷: Wikimedia Commons / flickr.com via InAweofGod'sCreation