Sunday, May 20, 2012

Urban Eye Candy/Sunday Morning




The flowers at the deli are aways pretty technicolor, but cheering nonetheless.


How come the coral bells on 22nd Street are blooming (albeit a white variety) and mine aren't?


One of my three tree pits with quite a pretty salvia, a left over 'mum, pansies for hammering, and calendula.


Roses on 20th Street


Also 20th Street.


Tried hammering a calendula that someone had picked and cast aside....not nearly so good as a pansy.



The photographer Susanna Gordon has written kind things about my poem book here. She is offering two copies as a giveaway......so.....

8 comments:

angryparsnip said...

Lovely !
I rather like your calendula but the thicker the flower the harder to get a sharp transfer like the pansy.

cheers, parsnip

julia at terrain said...

lovely pix

Leenie said...

Yes, great eye candy.

People from a world without flowers would think we must be mad with joy the whole time to have such things about us. --Iris Murdoch.

Majoros László said...

Beautiful flowers, I love them, especially roses. Very nice photos. Have a good week.

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Elizabeth:
What a gloriously technicolour post! It is truly amazing how much flower power there is on urban streets, occupying all kinds of tiny nooks and crannies and, of course, never failing to gladden the hearts of passers-by who notice them.

We are delighted to have connected with you as Followers, having been drawn here by the kind comment which you left for us.We look forward to many happy returns!

Paz said...

Lovely photos!

InesMrs.Venus said...

I love those photos, Elizabeth♥
Your view for all things is fantastic!
Enjoy your week!
XO Ines

IsAug said...

When I miss New York, I always come here :)
Soon, I hope we can walk these streets together.
In the meantime, I'm going on a photographic safari of my Lisbon, today ;)
I'll try to enjoy it through your eyes. Kisses!