A composite of one photograph duplicated four times and assembled in Photoshop.
When I photographed three Koi swimming in a small pond at the Planting Fields Arboretum yesterday I envisioned making this composite of swirling tails. This is four photographs rearranged. It is digital art.
My husband, Marc Felix, was conceived in an apartment in this building in 1945. Soon after that his family moved to Horatio Street.
I included a hidden door for fun.
I was intrigued by the little yellow tufts on one berry on this bush. I did a search and came up with Cedar-hawthorn Rust (Crataegus).
No more Govenors Island for a while — the last post of #OPTIC2019. Common terns nest on one of the piers there.