Thursday, April 12, 2012

New York, New York

New York is many things to many people or a small section carved out into one's life. The neighborhoods are unique and some people never leave them.  You can feel the history as you walk the streets of NY. Day or night, there is much to photograph and to find interesting.

We visited the upper class Central Park areas, with very clean streets and tiny dogs with jackets. Then there was the day in the sun at Washington Park with folk songs and jazz and no dogs with jackets.  We ate at the wagons on one day and an upscale restaurant the next.  Off Broadway shows were rich and enjoyable.

I never tire, except for my walking legs, of visiting the Big Apple.  Here are some snaps of the trip over Easter/Passover weekend, some of which have been artistically adjusted.

Easter Parade participant


  1. Nancy,
    As always, your pics are great. I liked the ones with the "old & the new" building combos, the ones of central park, the horse drawn carriages & the hot dog stand. The buildings with the glass were OK; the BxW of Times Square were different. You have a nice selection for Just a Taste. Thanks for sharing. Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Melanie

  2. Thanks for your reflections! Appreciate the time you took to look at these and comment.