We went gallery hopping a month ago and captured resplendent Autumn colors. Last weekend it was a different story at the same location.
This was a kind of Surrealist Dalíesque scene. It just needed the clock to drip down the front of the building. Also, a nice lesson in looking for different framing perspectives, given how different it looks from the picture of this same tree in the last post, achieved simply by moving around it a little and looking for other angles.
Saw this by the reservoir in Central Park, walking home from the museum.
This past weekend we went to visit friends in Ulster County, NY, near Woodstock. After lunch we went for a walk on the Ashokan Reservoir rail trail from which I got a number of interesting pictures.
Blog note: this is also the first time I’ve been forced to use the new block editor for my post and I can’t say I’m loving it. Please excuse the next few posts if they don’t look quite right as I get used to the new way of doing things.
I posted pictures of this from the other side of The Pool from the previous weekend’s walk and a couple of viewers identified it for me as Spirea (which sounds like a dangerous virus to me, but what do I know?)