Can you taste the golden liquid in which the flan rests?
New York City 2015 in a restaurant which has since closed.
Variations on a theme is the weekly Photo Challenge by Ben H.
I’m not in NYC today but at Thanksgiving, I shot a lot of views of the Chrysler Building. Here are eight of them.
Architect William Van Alen. Completed in 1930.
More Effects of Elements and Time
WEATHERED appeals to me cause I’m finding a lot of photos in the archives to post.
Vintage Toy Garbage Truck from the 1950’s
Larimer School, Pittsburgh PA-
Okanogan, Washington and surrounding area-
orchard heaters no longer used, and apple boxes, an abandoned school house with an updated roof and a No Hunting sign posted on the building with the old vinyl couch out front.
Your Handwriting Reveals your Character sign in Coney Island-
-Bakery, Drug Store and the Lunchbox Diner* (see below for how it used to look) in Manhattan– New York City-
Quinwood, West Virginia-
Conneaut Amusement Park- Pennsylvania-
Roller Skating Rink- McKeesport PA-
Train in Alaska
Krista Stevens at WordPress challenged bloggers to show the effects of time and the elements in a post – weathered
New York City Playground
Near Roanoke VA
Penn Avenue Pittsburgh PA
Children’s Museum Pittsburgh
Near Okanogan WA
Krista Stevens at WordPress challenges bloggers “to show your interpretation of upward movement”
Corner of 7th Ave and Christopher Streets your interpretation of upward movement.Show
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Sunday morning- New York City.
We’ve had a wonderful week visiting my sister for Thanksgiving. Today we split up and Charlie and his family took the 9:30 boat to Liberty Island to see the Statue of Liberty. Charlie (2+) said she has her sleeves up! The weather was perfect. Mary and I were at the Holiday Fair in Grand Central Station when these photos arrived on my phone, Looked like a guest blog to me! Thanks James.
All of the photos are taken by my SIL James, Charlie’s dad, except for the one with the Park Ranger taken by my daughter Laura, Charlie’s mom.
“The Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World” was a gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States and is recognized as a universal symbol of freedom and democracy. The Statue of Liberty was dedicated on October 28, 1886. It was designated as a National Monument in 1924. Employees of the National Park Service have been caring for the colossal copper statue since 1933.” from the National Park Service Webpage
Laura standing with the original torch. They could only go to the pedestal level as you have to be 4ft tall to go up to the crown level.
Friends (TV show) Apartment Building
Bedford and Grove Streets corner. Greenwich Village. New York City. You see tour groups checking it out, snapping photos. So that’s exactly what we did when we were visiting my sister in NYC Thanksgiving 2015.
Anna and her mother Erika in front of Friends Apartment Building.