Sunday in New York

There are few pleasures comparable with taking a stroll through Manhattan on an early Fall Sunday. I started downtown and walked all the way up to Central Park

No Sunday is complete without a quick treasure hunt and Chelsea Flea hits the spot

For a quick bite, I discovered Black Seed, a Brooklyn-based bagel place “Black Seed”, with smaller and more manageable than usual fresh bagels
At Bryant park, a serene scene of readers and their favorite books
A handy public mobile library gives lots of options to pick up, from literature to recent non-fiction
New York’s quintessential indie record store “Rough Trade” has recently moved from their location in Williamsburg to Midtown Manhattan, to Rockefeller Center
The new “Rough Trade” attracting Sunday crowds
Rockefeller Center, a treasure trove of Art Deco design elements
A line to enter Prada store on Fifth Avenue
Carriages waiting for passengers in front of Central Park
At Central Park entrance, an art project by Sam Moyer, “Doors for Doris”. Moyer gathered its disparate collection of discarded marble remnants from various renovation projects and stone yards around the city.
Musicians performing in Central Park
The entire Lincoln Center plaza covered with artificial lawn, a public art installation by Mimi Lien called “The Green”