And … Palindrome Week 2017 is drawing to a conclusion; here’s a curious one (are fools drab? are bards aloof?):
Drab as a fool, aloof as a bard.
Picture huge bushes of hot pink azaleas on either side of this bush of white ones!
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!
Tender green leaves against a white-ish wall … if you squint your eyes and imagine an overcast day, these windows could look like they’re hanging in the sky!
Spring seems to have arrived! We’ll know for sure when the ramps arrive. While admiring the beautiful day, my thoughts wandered again to the beauties of the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport: the aforementioned free snacks (including granola and milk) and coffee? Served in and on actual porcelain cups and bowls!
White blossoms reaching out to and toward the afternoon light (west is to the right in this photo).
A shot upwards inside the Philadelphia convention center — the white circle in the lower left-hand corner is the globe of an old-fashioned street light kind of standing lamp.