There’s a communal terrace on my block of flats (apartment building) and noticing a beautiful sunset out the window one evening I headed there to capture the sight. The top image was created using in-camera panoramic stitching.
White House Planter
There’s an apartment building on the corner here which styles itself “the White House,” I’m not sure why. Every year I promise myself I’m not going to post pretty pictures of flowers – not my thing – and every year, as we emerge from the slough of Winter I demur, especially following this plague year. These were in the planter in front of the White House.
Copper and Gold
Since Industry City was a little bit of a bust, we wandered over to Green-Wood Cemetery and wandered around a little bit. Chartered in 1838 it’s a really beautiful place to visit in New York.
Beach Balcony Sunset
Hung In to Dry
Stickers With What You Love
The night before Thanksgiving it seems to have become something of a tradition to come out and watch the preparations for Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade. The whole neighborhood around the Natural History Museum, where staging occurs, had a festive, Mardi Gras feeling.
ceci n’est pas un tulipe
Still trying hard (and unsuccessfully) not to take pictures of the beautiful tulips everywhere.
Night Club (Boîte Rouge?)