Ha-Ha Fresh on 9th Avenue in the early morning.
Much better to have a bike than a car in the city.
A street fair on Saturday afternoon on 8th Avenue......
with lots of food and the requisite bicycle.
One of the good things about street fairs is that you can hang around in the
middle of the road where you would not usually be and look straight up the avenue.
For some reason this is a very red, yellow and green post.
...and i like this yellow and red and green post very much!!!ReplyDelete
Bicycles are a superb way to get around and a fun way to stay young...as long as you don't end up crunched.ReplyDelete
Fun pictures of the street fair. Yes, it is enjoyable to stand around in the middle of the road and get a different view of things.
I love your photos Elizabeth & you've captured the light at Robert Moses beautifully.ReplyDelete
I love the first picture especially, I see the fall is quite warm in NYReplyDelete
I went to a street fair recently bursting with colors from India! Your post has inspired me to share them soon :) Love your blog!ReplyDelete
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What a cheerful place. Colorful photos make me smile. Swoonworthy photos. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
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