Last Monday was our first day in our new building. It's a very impressive building. Here's a link to a photo I took a few weeks ago. I work on the 21st floor, which has pretty amazing views, but my friend who works on the 34th floor gave us a tour of his floor, so I brought my camera. The photo above shows the view of Central Park.
And this is the view facing south, looking down Eighth Avenue. One of the interesting aspects of the building is that some windows slope inward and others slope outward. I took the photo below from an outward sloping window, looking down on the intersection of 57th Street and Eighth Avenue.
Whenever I get a good view of Manhattan from above I'm always amazed at how many taxicabs there are. It's a sea of yellow sometimes. And still it's hard to find a cab when it's raining. I hardly ever take cabs because I'm so cheap. I'm a subway man, 24/7.
The photo above, from left to right, is of William (who works on the 34th floor), Anna (my former cubicle mate, now we're on opposite sides of the building), and Tom (who I now sit next to).
And I just thought this was an interesting view of the floor-to-ceiling glass. When you walk close to the edge it's like your floating in mid air, among the towers of Midtown.
Just to be fair to the other people I'm embarassing with these photos, here's me.