Upper West Siders are documenting the strange new world around them in photographs and sending them to us. Here are some of the intriguing photos we’ve received.
Some of our nation’s finest citizens are demonstrating smart habits, like wearing a mask. Here’s Eleanor Roosevelt at 72nd and Riverside Drive.
Abe Lincoln at the New-York Historical Society did it too.
And Quality Florists on 82nd and Columbus also got in on the act.
They later stepped it up even more:
My pedestrian island took it to the next level pic.twitter.com/TPClwSPgUZ
— Kate Hinds (@katehinds) April 12, 2020
And a dog on 100th was being extra careful too:
Upper West Siders continue to make music, even if the audiences are small or nonexistent.
Outside Lincoln Center:
And at Bethesda Terrace:
A poem near Straus Park at 106th:
And new signs joining an ode to spring written by some local children:
And this one on 72nd and Columbus leaves quite a bit to the imagination:
If you sent something and we didn’t post it, it was probably an oversight. You can always send it again, or send any new ones or tips to westsiderag at gmail.
Thanks to all who sent in pix!