We walked through Strawberry Fields and saw the Imagine mosaic. A man sat on a bench playing the guitar. We wondered why he wasn’t strumming a Beatles tune. We walked over the to the Frick Collection and saw the Piero della Francesca in America , no photography allowed.
At the Metropolitan Museum of Art
you could stand around all day and take photos of people being photographed with Vincent Van Gogh’s self portrait.
The scaffolding on St.Patrick’s Cathedral will be in place for three to four years.
Lit a candle in St. Patrick’s.
Mercury at Rockefeller Center
Prayers for Peace. I read the sign and took the photo. After I crossed the street I realized just how many ribbons there were on the fence surrounding the church.
We walked down Fifth Avenue from 72nd St to 10th St
Mary and I stood at Washington Square in the late afternoon sun for long shadows.
Looks like you had a big day. Love the shadow picture.
Beautiful photography, as ever, Ruth. That’s a LOT of scaffolding, and I love your long shadows and the “cloaked stranger”.
Thank Jo. The scaffolding is in the interior as well. Thanks for the nice comment on the blog today.
Très belles photos.
New York series has been terrific!! So enjoyable! Have a Happy Easter in Ohio!!
Great set of photos. The Metropolitan Museum of Art seems own wonderful paintings.
Have thoroughly enjoyed my visit to New York New York through your eyes. Wonderful photos of a wonderful city
I, too, have very much enjoyed all the New York pictures. I was blown away by the Imagine circle – I’ve never seen it or even knew about it! Also, the long shadow photo was amazing – thanks so much for sharing! Happy Easter
Great photos! Enjoyed the tour of NYC. Thanks, Ruth!
Love the idea for prayers for peace ribbons.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
A great tour.Thanks.Vera
The lighting for your NYC Walk-about could not have been better and you used it to full advantage, Ruth. Some beautiful shots here and I bet you could do quite a slideshow of your shadow photos. 🙂
The prayers for peace touched me.