After what seemed like the best weather anyone could ask for, it finally happened. On the first official day of Summer a heat wave hit New York (and apparently everywhere else) and it reached 100 degrees for 3 days in a row.
It was terrible. And sticky. And down right miserable to do anything. But finally the temperatures have begun to settle back down into the 80s. So after that, hopefully brief, heat I was able to head out and take some pictures. So I present to you: New York in the early days of Summer 2012…
Courtney and I enjoyed Trader Joe’s sangrias with her new boyfriend (aka the shirtless guy we found in Esquire).
Upper East Side fire hydrant clearly announcing it’s Summer!
The fake purse popup sellers are out in full force as the tourists flock to 5th Ave.
Not really sure what’s going on here other than a random fountain was set up in the middle of the street.
The Queensboro Bridge has a Food Emporium grocery store under it (and it looks like it came straight out of a movie)!
This plane appeared in Central Park South. It’s a real plane…
And for some reason it spins…
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