Photo Prayer 2020-03 -- Grand Central Station to Nederlander Theatre

Get off the subway at Grand Central Station. There’s no time to dawdle and gawk. Hurry! We don’t want to be late! Even so, pull out your camera. Take in the crowds, the brilliant slanting afternoon sun, the city’s rapturous cacophony. And look! We made it to the theater on time! Ours are the highest seats, center stage. Oddly, others consider them undesirable, so they were available. Now we can relax. The lights go down. The music swells. Let’s enjoy the show!

Photo of pedestrians and sunshine, East 41st Street and 6th Avenue, New York City, on our way to the Nederlander Theatre.
Photo copyright 2019; text, 2020 by Danny N. Schweers.

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Hugh wrote:
That’s NYC as I see it. Thanks.

Nina wrote:
The play of light is masterful!

Dennis wrote:
Danny, I never realized you were so accomplished at fiction.

Mary wrote:
Perfect sentiment and photo. What show did you see? [Harry Connick, Jr’s revue of Cole Porter.]

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