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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Along the Edge of Central Park

Central Park Fountain
Photo by myself at the edge of Central Park, on 59th Street and Columbus Avenue.

And just like that, after days of rain, blustery winds and chilly temperatures, it was Spring. Happens every year.

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Everywhere people were saying to each other, 'Have you been outside? It is beautiful!'

Friday I lunched in Bryant Park with a kazillion other people. The season had started.

Like the Canadian geese decide to take off together, or the Emperor penguins that decide to shuffle off to the sea, it's suddenly nearly impossible to find seats and tables.

Happy Spring, everyone!

Related posts: The Whole World in His Hands, The Bandshell, Central Park and Working It.

8 comments:

roentarre said...

Simply amazing sculpture in deed

chimesey said...

Yeah, Spring has decided that today's the day, here in London. It's sunny and still and warm...

Lily Hydrangea said...

ooh... I love how you took this shot Kitty! Beautiful!

Tammy said...

When do they put the water in the fountains and turn them on. That one is so beautiful!

Fredrik said...

What a powerful statue! Great pic!
Have a nice weekend.
By the way, have you heard of Filip and Fredrik, two crazy swedes doing a talk show in NYC this spring?

Fancy for nyc said...

Thanks! The weather IS perfect today, I spent it all day in Battery Park City!

valeria said...

Happy spring to you, Kitty! This is such a nice writing, it sort of relieves me..

Kris said...

People never wear much in the way of clothes in statues, except here in Tasmania!

We're so ripped off...