New York Skies

The buildings of Manhattan look massive and impressive especially against a sky of swirling, moving, clouds. The buildings themselves are changing too, but imperceptibly. They are settling, they are leaning, their hard shells are eroding. The important functions they perform may change too over time, rendering them unneeded or perhaps even more essential. Regardless, someday these massive things will be gone, replaced and forgotten. The effervescent sky will still flow and bend its clouds over New York and sweep its soft invisible arms around whatever is in their place. These pictures then, as an expression of impermanence, celebrate the dynamism of life, art and buildings.