Doors in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn, and in Greenwich Manhattan with a couple of lamps thrown in.
One image reworked and tinted from this Spring and the other is odd view 4tthrough a lamp. Both in Manhattan NY.
Chinatown has been hit hard by the pandemic. They are trying to get people to come. The cheery lanterns are inviting. We went there for dinner and ate in a cubicle outside. The food was good. A cold rain began to fall. Ordering a sizzling plater was a good idea because it kept the food hot. Next time I’ll bring a blanket and a thermal cup for the tea. Someone needs to invent a rechargeable plate warmer for outdoor dining. I couldn’t find one on Amazon to take with me for outdoor winter dining.
Lamp with a glow in the snow. The last of this series of my March 2nd outing.
I went to Brooklyn to visit Grace Court and Grace Court Alley. Most of these are good for
There a few gas lights too. Reminded me of London in the 50s when a lamplighter used come light the lamp outside my window every night.
Grace Court Alley
Two lamps on Horatio Street, NYC from my lamp photo collection.
I created a Lamp category https://port4u.net/category/challenges/lamps/
Doors on Riverside Drive, Manhattan and a lamp over a door on West 81st Street by the American Museum of Natural History.
Upper East Side, 74th and 79th Street doors. Elenore Roosevelt lived in one of these.