Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Never-Ending Reach

Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges

"New York was a city whose reach seemed never-ending, even greedy; for miles and miles, the only perceptible changes as you tried to leave it behind were a diminishing of scale and encroaching grime, as if you were leaving a literal heartland, heading out to the extremities of an old, weary body."
Julia Glass, The Whole World Over


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