This is a photographic record of walks I have taken in the five boroughs -- posted in rough chronological order.

I'll skip around from borough to borough as the mood strikes me. I'll add captions and occasionally a brief
commentary but, for the most part, I'll let the pictures speak for themselves

At the northern tip of Manhattan is Inwood, a residential neighborhood with a busy and colorful shopping district west of Broadway. Its park, Inwood Hill, is probably New York city's most scenic, with a wetland area which comes alive with feeding flocks of birds as the tides of the Hudson estuary recede.

Inwood Hill park, seen from Spuyten Duyvil station

Muscovy duck at dusk

Henry Hudson Bridge at low tide

Local residents awakened by an intruder

Geese are well organized

People wander into the park

Others leave interesting traces

... Some have a strange sense of entitlement

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