Whenever I sit in a window seat in a flight, I always think of a scene in the TV miniseries of the play Angels in America (first broadcast 11 years ago today!) in which a character - Harper - sits in a window seat (go watch it, it's brilliant!).
And as one of my recent flight was to New York, this led to remember more scenes from the play set in and around Manhattan - including the memorable final scene set at the Bethesda fountain in Central Park.
This led me to go in search of more Angels in America, dotted around New York.
This small angel - perhaps more a cherub or maybe just a little baby - is one of a pair perched on a lamppost on Grand Army Plaza right by Central Park. Take a look: https://goo.gl/maps/sjyrL
New York Public Library on Fifth Avenue.
These two angels are upon the Federal Office Building at 90 Church Street, just near Ground Zero.
But many angels I thought I had found actually turned out to be eagles - the symbol of the United States - like this above Grand Central Terminus.