Public Art – Bold Wink

Artist: David Byrne

I took this a couple weeks ago downtown Brooklyn on Hanson Place across from BAM.

Linking to Marsha over at Always Write Blog for her new weekly challenge PPAC (photographing public art challenge). She is doing this in conjunction with Cees Photography Blog

Pat
6/18/21

Thursday Doors – Sag Harbor

I spent the Saturday two weeks ago out in Sag Harbor on Long Island. It was quiet, quaint, lush, oceanfront and 10 degrees cooler than it was in Brooklyn at a breezy 81 degrees. Now I know why folks from Manhattan flock there during the summer. It seemed to be a place where the ocean breeze rules. And passion fruit and coconut donuts from Grindstone Coffee & Donuts. I’d take a ride back out there any time for those🙂. Just get one or two, because however many you get, you’re gonna eat ’em!

Old Whalers Church since 1844
Details of the archetecture.

I am not going to pretend to know what type it is, but boy, was it good to look at!!

We stopped off at one of the beaches.
And then another
The Windmill. My first. This is a visitors center, it had something to do with sailing

This (the last 5 photos), is what it looked like on the inside

For Thursday Doors over at No Facilities with Dan. To see others go here

https://nofacilities.com/2021/06/17/spring-leftovers/

Wordless Wednesday – Vincent

This past Saturday my daughter took me to the Immersive Vincent Van Gogh Exhibit on pier 36 in NYC. It was amazing…all images were the height of the wall with movement, fade-ins and fade-outs. This with musical accompaniments.

Museum goers becoming one with Starry Night – via silhouette. This was one of the coolest thing about this Immersive experience.

Pat
6/16/21

Flower of the Day – Calla Lily

From my garden. I bought it in the spring, thought it would be long gone along with the tulips. Yet, here it is!

Having babies!!

Linking to Cees Flower of the Day Challenge To see others or to join in go here

Pat
6/13/21