|View from the very south of the Great Lawn|
Jon and I walked up
from 53rd Street to 84th Street
to get sushi
before heading to the concert.
It was as hot as a balls.
|Jon and his cell phone|
We ate our sushi
while listening to the NY Philharmonic.
We sat while it drizzled.
The humidity broke slightly.
Around 9 p.m. there was an intermission.
At about 84th Street
when we entered the Great Lawn we're about
parallel to the bandstand.
I wanted to get a good seat for the fireworks,
lots of open sky,
so we walked down to the edge of the Great Lawn,
at about 75th Street.
I have no idea who goes
to a classical concert to look at the musicians,
but we heard well enough from the back.
|My motive for going|
And luckily, that was THE BEST spot
to see the fireworks.
|Fireworks are hard to take photos of|
with a cell phone
The fireworks started at ten and lasted for thirteen minutes.
They were huge and pretty.
One had a star inside a circle.
There's another concert on Monday.
Hopefully, it won't be rained out!