When the sun licks just lightly the top of the trees and buildings and hugs them with its warm, comforting hues, that’s when I like to go and photograph Harlem. Sometimes, I run on the streets, right around the circle on 110th by the Frederick Douglass statue, everything looks so calm and serene, particularly when skaters are not occupying the circle. Sometimes, I just sit on my couch and admires the soft yellow, pink, and orange tinted clouds right above Morningside Park and Harlem rooftops. I also like to go on the roof to stare at other roofs. You can tell a lot about people based on what they decide to do with their roofs.
My favorite roof is filled with flowers and plants, and right behind all of the foliage, a nice comfy couch is tucked away, for reading, I imagine. It belongs to a couple just across the street. Sometimes, I can see them moving around their garden together, watering and tending to their plants.
I love my Harlem views. I love walking around Harlem streets. Especially around sunset, right before dusk. Enjoy these beautiful pictures from Harlem.