Assorted plants form the lovely little garden on Greenwich Street and 6th Avenue. I included a reworked Trillium from Central Park. The first three have replaced backgrounds.
Classic doors with stoops (from the Dutch word stoep) or stairs. In New York many still call them stoops. When the Dutch colonists settled in New York in the 1600s they added this style of stairs to rows of apartments called tenements and brownstones. The second photograph has the now closed historic Fedora Restaurant in the basement.
For Thursday Doors hosted by Dan: Thirsty Pagan Doors – No Facilities
A few detailed shots of the LEAF flower exhibit. Continued from yesterday’s post.
There was a 2 day flower display in the streets of the Meatpacking District. It was packed with people. On the second day the displays had less flowers because people took the flowers. It was fun watching all the people taking selfies. I did a fair amount of image enhancement in Photoshop.
Our Schlumbergera truncata finally decided to flower. We have looked after it for years. I created a background for it.
Light from a prism shone into our cyclamen making it look on fire.