Oh my favorite too... And I know that you see it every day, lucky you! In the same area I like the General Electric Building too.
Wow. That spire now looks less like a Himalayan pagoda than it apparently did in 1930.After a significant amount of time devouring your photo with my eyes I noticed the windows, and became curious as to what transpired behind them a few years ago. So what is at the very apex? Check out No. 6 here; or is that No. 1 and No. 2?But, really, what is it like in there? I imagine the top interior something like this, but, alas, not so...Just some nice general photos here.
If I visited you, Alexa, could you smuggle me into work as your intern? I can't quite imagine looking out the window and seeing this sight. Gorgeous. And may I exclaim, "Pointy-topped Doo-dad!?"
No need to go out when you can get beauties like that from right where you are.
I might have known that the four of you would appreciate my view (though I do have to leave my little cubicle and go into the conference room for it). And may I say, that is some primo linkage, TG! (Far I can tell, Dr. Weiss is still up there in his aerie.)
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