NYC- Spring Break. Spotted by my sister as we walked by.
They looked even more precarious in person, though, as you stood below and looked up!
Or is it good for several games?
Saw this chocolate board and chessmen when I visited NYC – Spring Break.
If you want one, they will make it for you, fresh!
8th Avenue at Jane Street, Greenwich Village
Still thinking about the Weekly Photo Challenge (motion) from last week
Just a slight blur or the foot
The NYC gallery
McCutcheon hits it
Cross Country Pony Tails
When I arrive in Virginia
Jack makes the bell ring
Michael raises his Gator Hat at the Wooden Mirror- Children’s Museum Pittsburgh
The cheerleaders last fall
Good point, Mary.
Now I get it!
New York City- Christopher Street at Greenwich Street
Formerly the Federal Archives Building built in 1899- for the history click here
but I like this picture. A lot. It makes me happy.
A man capturing his family group on the benches at Central Park Zoo. I’d just come out of the Penguins.
To me, he looks like a conductor of an orchestra, feeling joy as he views the image of those whom he loves.
This exhibit’s over now but I’ll post what my sister and I saw at the Fashion Instititute of Technology while I visited on Spring Break.
We had a lot of fun looking at the fashions and reading the accompanying magazine pieces.
The first piece we saw is the coat
(Cell phone photo :-( the only one I took)
The opening of video Bacall hosts in 1968 -Bacall and the Boys about four men (designers) Christian Dior’s Marc Bohan, Pierre Cardin, Emanuel Ungaro, Yves St Laurent
For more close-up photos and an AP article by Leanne Italie click here
Our Uncle Harold brought this doll to my sister in 1947. Mary was in Kindergarten. He was in the US Navy.
He brought the doll back from Naples.
She was a souvenir doll, not a play doll.
A couple of days ago, I put her in Mary’s NYC apartment window and photographed her from different angles.
Her straw hat wouldn’t stay on her head and I didn’t want to force it.
As I took her photo, her eyes seemed to follow me and I moved her around to try and get a good pose and shot.
Have you ever noticed how something inanimate can feel it has a life?