There is much to learn in life... so many things they don't teach you in school. Like how to send a fax, write a check, fix a printer jam, and automate a batch of photos in Photoshop. Now, those are all things I never learned but found I needed to know when I moved to the city and got my first real job. Just as important, it is important to learn the 5 boroughs of New York City.
Technically, The Bronx, Queens, Staten Island and... I'm forgetting one.... Brooklyn (!!) are all considered part of "New York City." "New York City" is not just New York, NY aka Manhattan.
Anyway, that's not my point.
It was a joy to learn and memorize the 5 boroughs—and also very challenging I must say. Either way, I've got it, got it, good!
Here are some pics I took in Astoria Park on a lovely spring day. Let's say, mid-April. The Park overlooks the East River, and is just across from Upper East Side, Harlem and The Bronx, I think... I'm not sure. It's tough having to learn everything.
P.S. Did I by any chance just clarify for anyone that it is called "Astoria" not "Historia"? Anyone? Anyone!?