My sister captured two different Christmas windows in NYC in her neighborhood. It’s tricky shooting through the glass. Seeing as I’m not going anywhere I appreciate the blog contributions.
One with a mouse theme and the other a Christmas village in the Pharmacy window.
My sister sent me some photos of store windows (my favorite is LEGO store) from a walk around the city
I found this photo is my archives.
Artisan Apple and Pumpkin Pies at Citarella, when visiting my sister at Thanksgiving, the year Mark’s family came,too.
If you had to choose just one, which would you choose?
Note: Last night I was adding Veterans photos to the Veterans Gallery and creating a new blog post for Thursday slipped my mind. If you’d like to see the new additions, here’s the link to the Gallery
Rich golden fan shaped leaves make the Gingko a stand out this time of year. My sister sent NYC gingko pics snd I had taken one I’d taken here in Pittsburgh.
My sister sent me this still life after her trip to Union Square Farmers’ Market, NYC.
My sister sent me this photo from the Farmers’ Market New York City.
Such gorgeous colors.
Makes me want to knit.
My sister Mary photographed this
9/11 Symbol of Hope New York City
At the base is a 35 page metal book with the names inscribed of those who died 9/11
“….. is called ‘9/11 Cross, A Symbol of Hope’.This statute is located near St. Paul’s Chapel of Trinity Church near the 9/11 memorial. This statute represents the wreckage of the twin towers forming a cross from the aftermath of 9/11. The original cross was moved in the 9/11 Museum. This cross was sculpted by Jon Krawczyk. Cardinal Egan picked him to sculpt the new cross. ”
World Trade Center Memorial Lights as seen from Mary’s apartment
And below is a photo of the 9/11 Memorial I photographed when we visited with the grandkids a few years ago.
Photographed in NYC, by my sister
A guest blog photo from my sister Mary in NYC