New York City has soooo many sights to visit. And there are just sooooo many things to do here. But, I guess I’m a creature of habit. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is one of my favourite places to visit when I’m in NYC.
The MET is the largest museum in the United States and one of the most visited in the world. I’ve been here several times but have not seen the same exhibits twice.
Here are a few of the doors I walked through in this most magnificent building on my most recent visit.
Going up ….
This column is just a portion of one from the Temple of Artimis and is part of the Greek and Roman Sculpture Exhibition.
This exhibition was a fine prelude to the special installation which is on the rooftop. But more about that in a future post. For now we are looking at doors … and doorways.
Linked to Norm’s Thursday Doors.
The peaceful solitude of a Lunenburg dory in winter.
A couple of contented pooches soaking up the late afternoon Autumn sun. They have the right idea. Not a bit concerned about anyone who may or may not wish to enter this shop, but they do invite us to sit down and just relax with them.
Burlington, VT. Oct 2016
Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep in the night. – William Blake
This quote works for me!!! (A notoriously slow starter in the morning)
That’s a narrow space between two schooners.
Because there are more boats here than mooring space available, these boats are tied up to each other at the wharf . To get to their boat, the crew for the outer boat must make there way from the dock, scrambling over any of the inside boats to get there. Sometime that’s an exercise in agility and acrobatics.
Here crew are pulling up the bumpers as they get ready to leave the dock. It’s the Nova Scotia Schooner Association’s annual race week, folks! This year they sail out of Hubbards.
A little look at the July garden – in close detail (that way you can’t see the weeds):
Some Rose Bay roses …
Lace cap hydrangea …
Blue potato blossoms …
Here’s a baby plum …
The back currents are ready for picking ..,
But the first of the peas are in the trug …
I’m off to pick some currents, or maybe some haskaps, or some maybe some weeds…..
Cheers for now! Happy Gardening!
WPC – Details
Long January afternoon shadows on the snow in our fledgling vineyard. Photo taken in 2015.
WPC – abstract
An uncharacteristically warm early Spring day calls us outside like nothing else. On this day I met with a friend for a nice long walk in Feltzen South – a charming hamlet in Lunenburg Bay.
When I stopped to take this photo, my friend commented, “I wonder if that door will even open anymore?” We didn’t try to find out. I suspect that if we had, we’d have had a bit of trouble getting it to close again. And in a weathered building like this, it might be best to keep the stories inside.
I’m a huge fan of board and batten siding.
This is linked with Norm’s Thursday Doors….
Early, early, early one morning last May, while on holiday in San Migel de Allende, Mexico, we treated ourselves to a hot air balloon ride. And me, with a fear of heights! But I didn’t think of that – not once all morning. It was such a fun (and…ummm….uplifting?) experience.
Morning mists over the mountains.
The sun rise made for some long shadows.
We were not alone.
The lovely, historic, UNESCO World Heritage city of San Miguel de Allende nestled into the mountains. The cathedral, the Parroguia de San Miguel Arcangel takes centre stage. Can you find it?
“To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.” ― Ansel Adams
WPC – Landscape