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Cow Takes Manhattan, September 2011

Cow visits the Big Apple.  Click on any photo to see a larger version.

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Cow always overpacks. Trainspotting. Always know what to do in the event of an emergency. This should be just enough space. Looking out on Central Park...and the neighbors. Who says New Yorkers always wear black? Project Runway Tour Stop #1: Where the designers sew their garments. Project Runway Tour Stop #2: Where the designers stay during the competition.  You don't see this parking meter on TV. When in the Fashion District, always be prepared to be photographed. Design inspiration. Project Runway Tour Stop #3: Shopping at...wait for it...Moo-d Fabrics! Subway entertainment. Hitting Broadway. The best desserts are made with milk. Cow's too small to see in this billboard.  You might find Cow's travel companions if you look closely enough, though. Times Square, baby! Ironically, the International Center of Photography doesn't allow photography of its exhibits. The only one standing still in Grand Central Station. That better not be beef! Friends in high places. Hanging out with the original Pooh and companions at the New York Public Library. Oh, yeah, we're moo-ving on up to the...uh...west side, to a deluxe apartment in the sky-y-y!!! As close to performing at the Apollo as Cow will ever get. Twilight on the Hudson. Macy's Herald Square: We are living in a material world, and I am a Material Cow. Macy's Herald Square: Mingling with the rich and famous (designer Betsey Johnson) and some other people. Shopped 'till Cow dropped. American Museum of Natural History (AMNH): Blue whale, spotted Cow. AMNH: Returning from safari. AMNH: The paparazzi follows Cow everywhere. AMNH: The family tree. AMNH: Ever feel like you're being watched? AMNH: It's lonely at the top. AMNH: The 4.5 billion-year-old Cape York Meteorite.  34 tons of iron-nickel alloy, 2 ounces of Cow. AMNH: Cow at the center of the universe.  Or at least the solar system. AMNH: I'd really like to stay in space... ...but I have to return home now.  Boo!  I mean, Moo!

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