I’m a native of New York City and I know the local topography like the back of my hands. I knew this weeks’ photo challenge was going to be-well, a challenge. There aren’t any mountains in the 5 boroughs of New York City. In fact, the highest point within the city, Todt Hill in Staten Island, is a measly 412 feet above sea level. That’s not very impressive. Whoever said size doesn’t matter wasn’t an Orologist. When it comes to mountains; size is everything!
I am feeling a little mountain envy; after glancing at some of the
packages photo entries but, I’m committed to participating in this weekly exercise. What I lack in size I make up in imagination; so cut me some slack people; it was either this picture, or a picture of my dirty laundry basket.
Here is my entry for this week’s photo challenge.