Loving the skin your in but arguing with your hair

As the weather in NYC gets decidedly cooler. I find myself applying lotion more often to keep my hands, knees and elbows from cracking or drying out. I can keep my and my family’s skin well moisturized with the wide array of lotion and smells. However, while I can keep my skin from drying out … Continue reading

Fashion in the BIG City – a Different look at some old favorites

Living in New York City, Filled with Tourist, City Dwellers, various people from out side the city – It can be fun to “People Watch” To see the various ways that People pair items, never really seeing the same thing twice. Of course you can see similar styles, but the pairings are completely unique to … Continue reading

Another Nifty New York Viewpoint – Just A Little Perspective

cricketdiane10 - NY - Day 4 - 175-2 cricketdiane photography New York City

xxx *** I’ve been working on a website for things like the photograph above to be made available for people who would like to use them for their own profit-making efforts to have a way to make those arrangements. This particular image might not be great on 50,000 dish towels, but I don’t know – … Continue reading

CricketDiane Walkabout in New York City and the most amazing

December 20, 2010 Walkabout New York City – Scenes of America Posted by cricketdiane under Cricket Diane C Sparky Phillips | Tags: America, cricketdiane, NYC | (edit this) Leave a Comment xx Salvadore Dali sculpture at Times Warner Center NYC – cricketdiane walkabout NYC 2010  *** UN Center sculpture – cricketdiane NYC walkabout 2010  *** Grand … Continue reading

The Century Club New York – and the things they fuss over

  New York’s Elite Fight About The Important Things – And, the Century Club history http://www.nytimes.com/2011/02/10/nyregion/10century-club.html The victors are quick to acknowledge that the experience has taken a toll. Inside the West 43rd Street clubhouse, amid the Renaissance-style architecture, the sting of harsh words uttered throughout the process remains fresh. Much remains unchanged, of course: … Continue reading

New York Historical Context of Space and Buildings – The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society founding

Some photos that I had taken of a building in New York City that at one time housed the Genealogical Society . . . Over the doorway of this building is a stone-cut placard for the New York Genealogical Society. It appears over the doorway in the center of the photo’s view but to the … Continue reading

New York Life Insurance Building – Madison Square Garden original site – stories of New York

When I was in New York, some of the photos I took were to remind me of things to check when I got back home because I couldn’t remember what was so special about it. There was a feeling like, “I know that place. I’ve read about it.” But, I couldn’t remember what was the … Continue reading

Reflections of steel, skyglass and architecture abound in New York City

Nifty reflections bounce across building’s surfaces everywhere in New York City, many times making surprising contrasts and novel views . . . ***

Welcome to the New York City Cricket Guide from my walkabout in New York City

When I had come home from my walkabout in New York City, there were great photos and a lot of places that I felt when I was there had some significance but I didn’t remember what. So, I’ve been taking the photos occasionally and looking up the information about the places. And, I found some … Continue reading