And now for some things somewhat different

After a hyper indulgence in the glories of Spring rain in Central Park I bring you a variety of snaps made around the city. True, one photo of rain covered cobblestones does continue the Spring rain tradition. The others… Root vegetables on sale in Inwood, geese in Riverside Park, Lower Manhattan from the Staten Island Ferry, a trash bag(!), a bus rider in black and white, spontaneous artwork in Chelsea, those wet cobblestones and, for the first time in a while, a haiga. In this case it’s my first consideration of age and aging, although you might not see it that way.

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Published in: on June 26, 2022 at 7:18 pm  Comments (7)  

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  1. Beautiful work, as usual. Love your spirit. Keep the posts coming!

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  2. Wonderful! Helen

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  3. Cassondra J:
    You’re right, Richard! Your work is really interesting to look at!! Chalk it up to variety or whatever, but it’s wonderful!!

    Constance K:
    All enjoyable! Great! Thanks!

    Judith R:
    Bravo, Richard!

    Peter W:
    Richard: You keep making these lovely photo arts and I keep enjoying them. All best, Peter

    Susan M:
    Thanks for sharing! These are truly beautiful.

    Andrew P:
    Dick, Some beautiful shots as always! It’s ok to look! How are you ? Andy Sent from my iPhone

    Marge K:)
    magnificent images!

    Letitia M:
    Bravo Richard!! I am inspired by your work! Thank you! Warm wishes ~ Letitia

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  4. From Laura L: Having been a shut in due to Covid, I really appreciate your wonderful photography! It makes me feel like I’ve joined the world again! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

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  5. Richard,

    Enjoyed your latest post as usual.

    How is Bobbie? Why don’t you ever include her in your pictures – or do a study of her? I only saw you mention her once in your posts and that was an excursion you made to one of her favorite restaurants on her birthday a few years ago.

    Give Bobbie a big hug from us.

    Norm and Carol

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  6. Thanks for your post. You always capture that random moment most of us would have missed, like geese on a walk, and that particular something that really feels like New York, like cobblestones and water tanks. Enjoyed seeing them and the haiku.

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  7. Thanks for your post. You always happen upon and capture that random moment most of us would have missed, like geese on a walk, and that particular something that is New York City, like cobblestones and water tanks. Enjoyed seeing them and the haiku!Sandy

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