The Big Apple Thing

Travelers often orientate themselves by the enormous buildings and natural wonders of this world and often accept a lot of hardship. Long, nerve-racking hours of flying and taxi rides later we stand in front of the big terracotta army in China or look into the depths of the Iguazú waterfalls in South America. We look up into the sky from high mountain peaks and have crossed oceans for that. 

However, it is often the small details that are particularly strong in our memory. They can be found while traveling or while staying at home. All we need is attentiveness and an open eye. 

The last time I visited New York, I took a few days to have a closer look at the entry ports of the houses around my favorite district “Nolita”. “New York:

Corinna-Rosa Falkenberg