https://youtu.be/1Gihof4_QsU Cherry Blossoms at the New York Botanical Garden. “Suddenly she was seeing the buds on the cherry trees around her; she could feel the energy packed within them, a bouquet of fireworks whose fuse had already been lit. She could smell them, too, a subtle essence of pink and lollipops, the sweetness deepened… Continue reading Cherry Blossom
Spring is finally here! Actually, it came a few days ago and what a beautiful day today is here in New York! All the snow is gone and everything is fresh, not exactly green yet but warm, almost 50 degrees. Spring is a time of re-birth, of re-mergence, a promise of warmer weather to come.… Continue reading Spring 2019
Larchmont Manor Park is famous for it's beautiful gazebo's, stone paths and benches along the water. It had just snowed the night before I took these and pretty much deserted except for a few dog walkers. So beautiful and still!
After an easy winter mother nature decides it time to let us "have it". I woke up to this beautiful snow scene today in New York. Who's worried about these winter storms approaching tomorrow and Sunday? Not me! When it snows, get out and make pictures!
Yesterday I took a walk in the softening sunlight and the sights and sounds of fall stirred my soul. Whether you call it fall or autumn, there is no doubt that this is a beautiful time to be in New York. But today is the opposite of yesterday, so cold and windy reminding us that… Continue reading Why do we fall instead of autumn?
"Be as a bird perched on a frail branch that she feels bending beneath her, still she sings away all the same, knowing she has wings." -Victor Hugo
“Well, I know now. I know a little more how much a simple thing like a snowfall can mean to a person” ― Sylvia Plath
I love the pictures that I have for you today. Especially this first one. I took these yesterday on my walk and decided to share now as I will be off word press for a few days doing Christmas stuff. So TGIF and enjoy!
If you look up the trunk of a tree, this is what you will see!