Friday, February 29, 2008

Green Market



Nothing greener than apples.
But nothing much in the Green Market today because nothing too much is growing round here.
The apples must be from last fall.



This is Madison Square Park - as against Madison Square Garden. Don't ask. At 23rd Street and 5th Avenue.



Inside the Flat Iron building they have uncovered some sort of antique (Egyptian style?) pillar. Very odd.



Odder yet the statues inside ABC Carpet which have oddly religious overtones - but merely for 'decoratif' effect.



However, it all glitters and looks wonderful - if a little over the top.



Finally, at Union Square, I notice I can buy grass in little pots.
Once we did buy this for the late lamented Skippy and Gomez. They weren't interested.
The simplicity of it is appealing.
It was very cold again today.
We expect snow tonight.

9 comments:

Simple Blog Writer said...

I'm enjoying the photos on this page. And, now I'm off to see your other blogs. How nice to have found you.

I like all the photos, but your ones of the snowy trees reminds me of some I took in the last snowfall. I might post one if I can find it.

Mélanie said...

I am so happy to be abble to follow you in your new yorker's life

Elizabeth said...

Thank you both for your kind comments.
Simple blog writer:
I've been trying to get "smiler's site up.
Do you know how I can get it? My computer is acting funny - when is it not.

Simple Blog Writer said...

Elizabeth, I don't know why you can't get to Smiler's site. I checked it just now and it's working fine. The address is http://fromsmilerwithlove.blogspot.com/

I think you will like her blog. She's a fantastic photographer.

CaBaCuRl said...

Wow, how different this is to Marrakesh....do you suffer some kind of culture shock in moving from one to the other???

weirdbunny said...

Wow your still in New York, are you on holiday?

Elizabeth said...

Believe me!
Major culture shock!

Jennifer said...

Love that odd pillar. The Flat Iron building is one of my favorites in NYC

Paz said...

wonderful shots!