The view onto 42nd Street near Lexington Avenue and Grand Central Station as seen from the window of Rize Coffee, an espresso bar and cafe on 42nd Street in New York City. Tip: They use and sell Stumptown Coffee.
The latest installment in our What’s Outside the Window?” series is a set of pix of couples walking along Elizabeth Street in Nolita, in downtown New York City, as seen from the inside of BarBossa, a popular Brazilian bar-cafe.
In Volume 7 of our ongoing series “What’s Outside the Window?” we have pic of the view from Lolita, a bar in the Lower East Side, in downtown New York City.
In our going series “What’s Outside the Window,” we post this view from Le Pain Quotidien (one of a Belgian chain of cafes) in Chelsea, in New York City. A man is walking by the window on a warm NYC summer day.
The latest in our “What’s Outside the Window?” series of posted images … Here’s the view out the window from the bar at Les Enfants Terribles, a French-Brazilan-West-African bistro in the Lower East Side of New York City. Les Enfants is our go-to office-outside-the-office for the GG HQ team.
The fourth installment in our photo project series “What’s Outside the Window?”
Here we have a view of the East River and Brooklyn Naval Yard as seen through the window of a New York City taxi speeding across the Williamsburg Bridge en route from lower Manhattan to South Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
In our thematic photo series “What’s Outside the Window,” we post a shot of the view from the second floor window of a studio where high-end luxury-fashion images are produced, retouched and prepared for media. The view in the picture below is looking north out over W. 14th Street in the Meat Packing District in downtown Manhattan. In the foreground, a FedEx truck and classic NYC yellow cab are parked on the cobblestone street in front of the Apple Store.
The second in our photographic series of posts called “What’s Outside the Window.” Below are pix of the view from a New York City yellow taxi cab headed west on East Houston Street on a recent weekday morning. Seconds before the picture was taken, a man from the garage as washing down the sidewalk with a hose. The women is at one point saying something to the garage employee off-camera and waiting for the water and soap on the sidewalk to run down to the curb before continuing to walk along the pavement.
In a new series of posts, we’re going to take pictures of our view looking out windows from the various places our day-to-day travels takes us.
The idea was inspired by a question posed in the Roberto Bolano novel “The Savage Detectives” and by the pleasure derived from watching city life pass by while looking out a restaurant window or the heady view afforded by 34th floor office.
Below is our first post in the What’s Outside the Window series. It’s the view from a Starbucks at the corner of Ninth Avenue and W. 15th Street in the border area of Chelsea and the luxury fashion-centrale Meat Packing District, in downtown New York City.