A rare vacant lot with graffiti and older facades amidst the booming construction in Long Island City, Queens, New York. How long will it last?
Building on the High Line in New York by the late great Zaha Hadid.
Here is Sam Sam being silly with her favorite toy.
We see her in this pose a lot, with or without the sock.
She parades around CatSynth HQ like she owns the place.
(She may not be the owner according to the City and County of San Francisco, but she is the queen of the house.)
“Ready for my close-up!”
And now, for a nap…
It’s good to be the cat. 😺
The elevated tracks of the D line in Borough Park, Brooklyn.
A photo captured in SoHo, New York City, framing a metal sculpture and black-cat painting on a wall.
Wordless Wednesday returns! Today we have a photo from our recent excursion in the South Bronx.
It’s been a little while since we visited with Sam Sam.
She is quite active, constantly running around and reminding us that she is nearby and needs attention.
In this upside-down pose one can see her “goatee” more fully. It’s part of her distinctive face markings.
We are quite enjoying her many antics. Here we see Sam Sam walking the ledge in the studio, looking for attention of course.
No words needed when Sam Sam turns on the adorableness.
The refurbished 168th Street Station in northern Manhattan. The station/tunnel for the 1 IRT line is quite deep and can only be accessed by elevators.