A Sunday walk
looking East down 23rd Street --all rather grim and monochrome
then, heading south, ghost writing on the exposed brick wall, and the grass looking dead-ish.
but, lo and behold, this too-early spring, the verbena has sprung.
looking North at 22nd Street
and East at 21st Street with the witch hazel
in bloom and the Seminary in the background.
Lots of tourists taking pictures
and tourist's friend getting bored of people taking pictures....
and the tall grasses -- such a dried straw color
a foil for the Sandeman.
too chilly to sit down for a snack
so looking East at 15th Street
and down at the ground.
Some fabulous shots of the High Line I love that girls hat.ReplyDelete
you've made me want a glass of port!ReplyDelete
I never thought I'd see a cape (on a man) outside of the Old Republic :-)ReplyDelete
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How lovely to have a walk along the High Line at this time of year, I wish I was there!ReplyDelete
The muted colors of late winter are easy on the eyes. But the accents of the bright chair and the blossoms are reminders that spring is on its way. ThanksReplyDelete
The Seminary building is superb and the ghost writing I love! The girl behind the straw coloured grasses and the table and bright chairs in front of pink windows! Awesome shots Ms. E! The only way this post could be any lovelier is if there was a Henry, A baby and a pup!ReplyDelete
I love your eyeReplyDelete
Aloha from Waikiki
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and just one sign of spring:)ReplyDelete