from New York
Part 2: Just another dot
"I thought you would be more excited", Nir said
were driving through the amazing Brooklyn bridge on to
It was dark by then, and the
tall, endless buildings were rising right above me and all
around, everything full of lights and sounds and constant
movement, everything so big and mighty, so full and fast and
enormous, that my head was spinning.
I was gazing at everything
- the water all around - Hudson River, the beautiful bridges
decorated with lights and then those dozens of sky-scrapers,
all dotted with small lights, and each light was a home or
an office, where people lived and worked, millions of tiny
little lights and each and every one of them was a whole world.
It made me feel so small myself.
Just another dot in this gigantic
place where there is everything and everyone all at once,
at any given moment - joys and tragedies, laughter and cry,
boredom, surprises, small thoughts and big thoughts, the world
is being managed from this very place - the Wall Street, all
the great financial brokers, models, actors, singers, performers,
all agencies and producers and Broadway Directors...
The highest of the high, the
lowest of the low, the ugliest, dirtiest most repelled - side
by side with the purest, cleanest, most beautiful. The queerest
of the queer... the richest and the poorest - all extreme
edges and everything in between. You see it all here.
shapes, all colors, all types. Anything
you could ever think of and more. You
see it all here.
Part 3: Everything,
travelogue is part of the subside travelzine