Only in New York City, Whimsey, COVID and a Taxi in Kips Bay


A peak of New York City whimsey stands tall in Kips Bay, just a block away from the busy 34th Street NYC Ferry terminal.

A Dalmation, properly masked, balances a yellow cab on his nose.

Face it. This is just plain fun.

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