Such a New York response to the originally Parisian problem of having too many lovers’ locks on bridges and the persistence of lovers continuing to put them there despite efforts to get them to stop. The unaltered version of this sign represents the anti-lock force: it says no locks at the top and yes love at the bottom — with a red heart below it (where this one has a sticker of a hamburger). It was very clever of the sign-alterers to change “love” into “lox”!
The temperature edged slightly above 80 today, and these glasses in the sky seemed to have their eyes on summer!
These daffodils are curious both in the sense of being different-looking and in the sense off looking faintly like so many expectant and curious faces!
Just a teenie corner of the miles of books at the Strand, where I picked up some vacation dinner money this afternoon!
Stacks of already enjoyed books ready to be carted off to the Strand — where they can be turned in to cash for a dinner or two in London or Lyon!
These days, every tree on Fifth Avenue (the part of it in my neighborhood, anyway) is surrounded by its own fenced-in crowd of tulips in all kinds of different colors–eye-popping! In other news, there’s finally some commentary on the latest original Boomerang post! Scroll down to find it or click here.