… and windows with reflections of windows …
Pretty evening lighting for remembering that two years ago today was the first full day of darkness in lower Manhattan thanks to Hurricane Sandy having blown out the lights the night before — glassybabies were lovely back then too (see post from two years ago today here).
Another day that flew by without my getting a picture! So I’m posting this original Boomerang a day early, which may actually be a few days late since the Boomerang Man usually published on Sundays … maybe he typed a 9 on this one (for Wednesday, October 29) when he meant to type a 6 (for Sunday, October 26th)?
In any case, this issue introduces a previously un-noted Eno property: a farm in Howard County!? At first I thought it might be another way of referring to the oft-mentioned Waveland patch (which seems like it must be akin to a pea-patch), but not only would 10,000-some dollars be quite a lot for that, but also Howard County is way north, bordering on Minnesota (see map and further information here)!
We’ll stay tuned for further developments on that … and on Beth’s course in “Dramatics”!
Colors for a magenta velvet and creamy satin ruffly something — of for a bunch of dried hydrangeas!
The pink and blue spectrum of yesterday’s yarns — now in the sky!
Now in the blackberry-to-raspberry-sherbet-to-faded-indigo-to-blueberry-sherbet-to-green spectrum. See another spectrum here.
Obviously, as soon as I spotted this resting viol today–in the course of my Friday trip to Union Square Farmers’ Market–I knew I had my picture for the day! Some days are like that.