I couldn't imagine "T" not being for Times Square.
This is the quintessential New York City and the quintessential Broadway that comes to mind immediately. It's bright lights and big city, and it's less than three miles from where I live.
The first electrified sign was put up in 1904 at the corner of West 46th Street and Broadway.
...and after dark, lit up for the night. This is the sight we see every New Year's Eve, when we watch the ball "drop." One of my favorite memories is attending a New Year's Eve party in the early 1980's at an office at West 43rd Street and Broadway, a block from Times Square. We had the best view imaginable. Now I stay out of the crowds and celebrate in my neighborhood, a couple of miles to the north.
Our featured blogger for today is Francene. Francene is also part of the Blogging from A to Z Challenge and has a great theme, the reflection of British wildflowers in emotion. Please stop by and say hello.
Tomorrow we're back to my neighborhood for a walk on the Upper West Side. I hope you'll join me!
Wishes for an Utterly Lovely Wednesday!