New York City Love Letters: Traipsing around Hamilton Heights & Sugar Hill (Harlem)

These attractive brownstones, statuary and flora captured my eye in my neighborhood on today’s socially distant walk 🚶

Statue of General Alexander S. Webb (1835–1911), second president of CCNY (1869–1903) — at The City College of New York.
Gorgeous little planter on Convent Ave. Her counterpart is the very last photo of this series. — in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan.
Brownstones — in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan.
Love this horse relief. There are two on the facade of this parking garage which is a former stable. — in Hamilton Heights, Manhattan.
A bouquet of tulips in St. Nicholas Park
Mount Zion Lutheran Church. I was disappointed to learn it’s only 75 years old. It looks 275 years old! LOL 
Compton-Goethals Hall City College New York at City College New York
Gorgeous flowers in St. Nicholas Park

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LGBTQ marketing, communications and travel safety expert; CEO of the LGBTQ Pavilion at the New York Times Travel Show; educator; public speaker; expert panel organizer and moderator

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