Top of the Rock

Living through pangs of NYC nostalgia these days. The intensity seems to be growing proportionally with the shortening of the days in Denmark. Not too long ago I was standing at this look-out, trying to fathom the granularity of the world beneath my feet (literally).

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4 comments

    1. I agree, it’s kind of mind-blowing really. Personally I found that it didn’t really sink in until some time after, when you’ve returned back home. Then looking through the pictures taken, you can hardly believe they are your own.

  1. I made it to NYC last New Year’s and never made it to the Top of the Rock. I’m literally kicking myself. Pretty much spent 3 hours looking for the Dakota Apartments instead.

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