Monday, September 20, 2010


This picture appeared on my other blog but I really like it for some reason and wanted to see what it looked like rather big.....It is of workers on the corner of 22nd Street and the West Side Highway. Had they still been there, the Twin Towers would have been in the upper left hand corner.

The Heckscher Museum, in Huntington, Long Island, looking like a very teeny little bit chopped off the Metropolitan Museum,  is perfect in its way.  You can see it in the upper right hand corner.
How on earth did a splendidly disturbing  George Grosz picture end up here?
Sun and clouds on a Saturday afternoon.

This turtle is so old that bits of pond weed have adhered to his shell.

Speckles of light like confetti or snowflakes.


  1. You're right about the picture of construction workers looking like a renaissance painting. Very handsome fellows.

  2. Great photos as usual - such clarity in the water!

  3. Hey, those guys look pretty darn happy!

  4. The last two photos are wonderful.

  5. Hi, very interesting post, greetings from Greece!


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