Thursday, March 31, 2011

Maybe, Perhaps.......at last....




A walk down 21st Street yesterday morning revealed:


shy little bits of fruit blossom


daffodils -- the pale kind I like best


and Lenten Roses.

In the immortal words of PB Shelley:

If winter comes
can spring be far behind?




Yipee!




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26 comments:

  1. wonderful shots!wonderful new york!

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  2. Yes! It looks as if your spring is on the way. I echo .... Yippee!
    And I love the shots!

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  3. Your NY is so much more appealing than anyone elses NY- You have a magic camera and special vision!
    Spring is being cranky here.

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  4. I so adore/envy the green lushness of NY that you show us.
    That is the one thing I miss living in the desert.
    Not that we don't have our own spring extravaganza but it is quite different.

    cheers, parsnip

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  5. your first photo looks like a painting & the light in your second is amazing. Nice work Elizabeth.

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  6. That's some tree in pic 2 - amazing!

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  7. Great pictures! I'd love to come to NY in the spring, I've been twice, both times in December. It was great but might be nice to not have to wear 3 layers of clothes, scarves and earmuffs everywhere!

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  8. Beautiful photos. I especially loved the one with the "Walking Stick" tree. I bought a small one last fall and hope that it will survive this Spring. See you soon.

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  9. It snowed in Cleveland yesterday. Our fragile little crocuses were all covered up.

    Your first picture of the tiny budding blossoms reminds me of a Japanese painting. Absolutely rich!

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  10. Yes, Yipee! The blossoms and flower can cheer up a day like magic. Thanks for the beautiful photographic preview of things that will happen here in a month or so.

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  11. It has been a long time coming but it will be all the more welcome when it finally arrives. beautiful photographs, you have an artist's eye.

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  12. I am not sure if we can celebrate Spring just yet, E, until we see if we have snow on the ground tomorrow! Let's hope it warms up a little soon

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  13. Your blog is still one of my favorites, your photos are very good, lighting, angle etc...

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  14. Elizabeth, I love that Yippee so much and it's great to see that others have also cheered it.

    Can you believe that we might wake to yet more snow? I am going to say special prayers tonight.

    Enough winter weather is enough, isn't it?

    Even so, you photographs are great, and you've find a way to make the current light a treat.

    xo

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  15. Finally looks like spring!

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  16. I like it...your photos and spring:)!
    and thanks for your visit to my blog:), it´s great to get greetings from NY!
    I send you greetings from Karlsruhe;)
    Susanne

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  17. You went from winter to spring...just like THAT!!

    I love the second shot, looks like a theater set.

    and...OK, how fun is that snapshot thing, but go check it out.

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  18. Spring is a glorious time to be in the city! Lovely! Lovely! Beautiful photographs!

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  19. Yes:)) you got spring too:))
    Beautiful pictures.
    Wishing you a nice week.
    Greetings from Norway,
    Berit.

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  20. It must be warmer on your side of town! The colors of Spring are beautiful! Still shivery down town...

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  21. Thank you for New York, looking pretty.

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  22. The blossom against the brick wall makes a good pic.

    See lots of Corkscrew Hazel there too.

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  23. Beautiful photos!
    Love the architecture of the house!

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  24. Gorgeous photos. I could spend all day just taking pictures of brownstones and cute little streets.

    Enjoy this gorgeous spring day!

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