Friday’s long walk all around Schoenberg resulted in my lost knit hat. Too dark when I got back to head out and try to find it. I was disappointed I lost it.
Saturday morning I took a half mug of coffee and retraced my steps. Three blocks away on Eisenacher Strasse, near the Little Witch playground,
I saw my hat hanging from a bush.
Thank you kind person.
I felt fortunate to find it. Made my day.
You might remember this post in November 2015 of the hat being knit Sockhead Hat
(And it has a link to Kelly McClure’s pattern)
Knitters know how long it takes to knit a hat with sock yarn on US size one /2.25mm needles. And traveling in November you need a warm hat.
From my archives March 2013
I remember taking these photos as my sister and I walked down Fifth Avenue. Photographed with a Canon 5D. I shot 188 images in about 45 minutes, Here are a few. Too many I know but it was hard to choose.
Pedestrians on cell phones can get distracted and crossing the street while staring at your screen is risky. These pedestrians were easy to photograph cause they weren’t paying attention to me. Well, maybe one or two noticed.
You could write a phone conversation dialogue for the images.
Pedestrians (and a few dogs) in NYC
or in this post- Pedestrians.
I’m going with definition one
synonyms: walker, person on foot;foot traffic
Krista Stevens at WordPress created the photo challenge this week.
I went to scan my archives for something that stood out and found plenty of pedestrians in them.
Cars in our city aren’t too courteous to pedestrians. There are parts of the world where you step into the crosswalk and the cars stop immediately allowing pedestrians to cross. Zagreb
Brooklyn Botanic Garden
Just walking around, admiring other’s gardening efforts. Capturing the colorful blossoms on my phone. Thinking about tackling my unwanted thistle crop. Appreciating the summer flowers tended by neighbors.
Yesterday’s post it was formal portraits. Today it’s candids. Capturing the day with a few casual images.
A sunny Easter afternoon. We went for a walk around the neighborhood.
Michael and Jack had Airedale duty. Anna carried Charlie.
When we got back to the house the children hunted for hidden eggs in the backyard. Some of the eggs opened with a fortune cookie message inside ” A special day with Charlie.” “You pick what’s for supper” “You pick the family movie” “One day of no chores” “Two hours of Ipad time” and some eggs had dollar bills, quarters or dimes.
Ben Huberman of WordPress challenged bloggers to post an image that illustrated their State of mind.
We arrived in Philadelphia this afternoon.
Walking where my parents walked when they lived in the city of brotherly love. 1971-1983
Below the Theater of the Living Arts on South Street. The scene where my dad pushed his grandson Mark in a stroller and a Philadelphia magazine photographer captured them-