New York City, February 23, 2017

★★★ Startling fog covered the view. Even after the worst had lifted, dampness was general. The top of the Empire State Building stayed missing while blue appeared overhead. By mid-afternoon the whole building was back, delineated crisply all the way to the mast. In the other direction, the downtown skyline dissolved in the sun-filled lingering haze. Safety-colored clothing glowed in the light coming through the space where a building used to be. The night stayed so warm that the coarse sweater had to come off partway through the 30-block stroll back from dinner.

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