A recent visit had me photographing some wonderful architecture from the Upper East Side. This area of the city is one of my favorites, probably because of all the Gilded Age history that lies here.
I love the fact that so many of these mansions, which many are now offices, have been here since that time period of great wealth and rapid economic growth, from the 1870's to about 1900.
How beautiful is this?
Harry F Sinclair house or now the Ukranian house which I photographed in 2014 from the other side of the street, I had the chance to get up close this time.
It didn't disappoint in the least. The work detail is just unbelievable.
A little Dolce and Gabbana in the windows of their children's boutique made me smile from ear to ear
No matter how many of these I walk by, I never get tired of them.
La Maison du Chocolat is a wonderful stop on the Upper East Side, they have a small seating area for a cup of hot chocolate or iced chocolate depending on when you are visiting.
Laduree is always a good idea on the Upper East Side, their macarons are one of the best I have ever enjoyed. They have added a small amount of seating as well, which is nice to enjoy their pastries.
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