After too much turkey and just the right amount of family
what better thing to do than take a quiet walk on a drizzly day?
This is the trunk of the very, very old wisteria in the grounds of the
General Theological Seminary on 20th Street.
This garden always reminds me of England. Drippy bare branches -- flashes of vivid green.
How the rain drops cling to the roses
and get fatter and fatter!
Then a nice cup of tea.
Then a nice cup of tea.
|Tea and Sympathy on Greenwich Avenue|
Looks likie a nice walk in New York.ReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend:)
The first one looks very snake-like; love the ambience of the rest. Very sharp!ReplyDelete
A perfect antidote for too much Turkey. & Thanks for sharing your walk with us.ReplyDelete
Thank You for a lovely walk !ReplyDelete
The bare branches with raindrops perfect.
Beautiful pictures, and I love the autumn colours.ReplyDelete
Looks like a great time for a walk. And a fun way to work off some of that turkey and gravy. It also looks like your weather is mild for this time of year...another blessing to add to the list. Beautiful photos as usual!ReplyDelete
Very good autumn photos on a rainy day. I like the raindrops on the twigs! And I like a cup of hot tee too :)ReplyDelete
Pretty post! I like esp. the first and the last pictures! Here is already snowingReplyDelete
Hey, ya think a blog called "About Harleysville" would work?ReplyDelete
Sometimes I wonder and would like to take the challenge......if I had a moment :-).....still trying to keep up with the other blog.
I am so in love with your town and your details.
Happy Turkey day to you Elizabeth!!!
I sure hope I get to see you this week. Any thoughts on what to do, you being the expert.
The raindrops got fatter and fatter like me after Thanks! I had a lovely little weekend around Greenwich this past weekend too. It was so lovely :) Hope you had a wonderful holiday!ReplyDelete
There's something mysterious about the way wisteria twists and turns. Oh yes, hot tea after a drizzly walk, just perfect.ReplyDelete
A gorgeous series !! :)ReplyDelete
I like the last three photos are my favorites and the last is spécialy superb, rich in détail and colors, bravo !
Hello Elizabeth, i love this post is so nice...ReplyDelete
I love rainy day (??)
Thank you for yur visit, sorry my english is not nice!! ;)
You capture all the things I'd have wanted to see.ReplyDelete
See you there tomorrow!