I admire the tancity of our city trees. It takes a long time for one to get this large. Many streets in Greenwich Village are shaded by trees.
In the middle of New York City — a country look.
Back on the 9th of September I had a small procedure done, a redo of a Nissen fundoplication, and I stayed overnight in the brand-new Kimmel Pavilion at NYU Langone. It was a fancy room, better than any hotel I ever stayed at. It had a huge TV with a bedside tablet and remote that allowed me to manage everything: Lights, temperature, bed angle, window shades, internet, phone, TV and more. Pity I wasn’t allowed to stay longer. Most of these photos were shot by my husband Marc on his cell.
Richard Tucker Park at Columbus Avenue and West 66th Street is a tiny triangle just west of Lincoln Center in New York City. I love the plantings there in summer.