What a perfect April morning (with our tax dollars at work)!
Numerous oranges, along with signs of ongoing infrastructure upgrade work (in the form of traffic diverting devices “put away” for the day). It’s the same work that was going on behind the “word to the wise” in this post here of last September.
These flowers are a version of the ones featured in a post of almost exactly six months ago (here). Their green leaves and soft oranges contrasting with the maroon wall caught my eye as I was walking home from mailing today’s box of books and things … back to the big apple! A change of scene (in so many ways!) tomorrow!
Another brilliant fall day here (though on the warm side) with more colors in Washington Square Park, here with a view of Judson Memorial Church on its southern border (to find out tons about the church visit this site here).
Some morning effects: long shadows and some leaves that are back-lit and others that are just plain lit (all outlined by lovely deep brown trunks and branches) — so pretty!
These trees look Novembery, but they’re almost the only ones in all of Washington Square Park that aren’t still green! Probably by next week they’ll all have turned all at once — we’ll see!
A batch of true fall foliage (as opposed to the somewhat questionable foliage of a week or so ago here) at Union Square Park this morning. The offerings at the farmers’ market have made the summer to fall shift too: no more peaches–wonderful bosc pears instead!