This plant is just inside the green house of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. If my potted plants would look this great I would be quite happy. This palm was over six feet tall!
I finally found out the name of this very interesting looking plant living in the pond with the lilies at the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens
I can’t figure out which came first, the flower or the alien looking pod.
This is another phase of it.
This is what the plant itself looked like. Very interesting, and gorgeous.
A Departed Soul
countdown is looming
choice was quality of life
she did things her way
beauty beyond words
a treat from nature’s palate
one can clearly see
New Year’s Writing
as the clock counts down
new resolutions abound
dreams become wishes
This photo, taken last week, is a close-up of the clock on the façade of Grand Central Terminal, on the 42nd Street side.
A Glimpse of Dawn
with promise of new chances
will embrace new dawn
I love spending time at the Botanic Gardens during the summer.
This was a plant in the pond at the garden along with the water lilies
All Talk and No Work, 1855-56
by Francis William Edmonds
American painter, 1806-1863
I enjoy popping into the Museum as well. There is always something interesting going on here.
Stops at red lights provides great opportunities for photos. Most times I just pull over.
Outdoor Art installation in Manhattan. I couldn’t tell him to move so I snapped it from his back.
Yep, it’s made of metal.
I go nowhere without my trusty Rebel 3.
aquatic retreat afloat
wander lust innate