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.
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.
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.
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.
Still trying hard (and unsuccessfully) not to take pictures of the beautiful tulips everywhere.