Sunday, December 5, 2010


When I first started this blog, I expected to concentrate on the architecture of my city, New York. And I have diverged from that plan on some occasions. But I guess I wouldn't have expected that anyone aside from other New Yorkers would be interested in what I had to say, or at the most, it would be people from the northeast of the United States.

Instead I've learned that many of you reading these posts are from all over the planet. The UK, Russia, India, Indonesia, France, Italy, Canada, Germany, Australia. You've all come to see what I had to say for one reason or another. I can't tell you how flattered I am by that. I just wanted to say how honored I feel to be a part of this world community of people like you who care about art and architecture, design and beauty. Thank you, my brothers and sisters. I hope you've enjoyed what I've written. Thanks to our technology, we are a family, and I hope our family continues to grow. Together, we can make our planet a more beautiful place to live, if we choose to do it.



michael said...

i am going on two years with my blog. It has opened so many doors. I get comments from all over the world and basically my blog is very kellercentric. Which means i don't even think i have much to say outside of close friends and family. But the internet is a strange place full of interest from hither and yonder.

Ryan Witte said...

You are so right, Michael. I suppose there's an audience out there for just about every topic...