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 University of Vermont, founded in 1791, is one of the oldest universities in the United States. I had the pleasure of walking around this campus on a gloriously warm June day.
I learned that John Dewey, of the ” …education is not preparation for life. Education is life…” fame is counted amount their noted alumni.
Here are just some of the doors:
Linked to Norm’s Thursday Doors
However many years she lived, Mary always felt that she should never forget that first morning when her garden began to grow. – Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden
Finally – green and growing. Even though we are a full two weeks behind the usual growing season this year, the June garden is full of promise.
In the vineyard, the grapes are just beginning to flower. We are working hard to double the plantings in our little vineyard this spring, so these little flowers are very encouraging.
The Hascap berries are fully formed and just thinking about turning blue. They should be ripe in about 2 or 3 weeks. Do you know about hascaps?
The hops are reaching….. reaching….. reaching!
The French Tarragon is at it’s peak! Yum!
The hard neck garlic is looking hale and healthy.
And the strawberries are coming along.
Do you remember the cold frame that was buried under several feet of snow this winter? Well, here’s what has been going on in there… the carrots, kale and lettuce thrived… and are now giving us an early harvest. We’ve happily been enjoying the kale for weeks.
The irises …
bleeding heart, bluebells, lambs ears, and ….
the first poppy!
If you ask me, nothing says “June Garden” like the sight and scent of the lilac.
And don’t think the garden loses its ecstasy in winter.
It’s quiet, but the roots are down there riotous. – Rumi
This bleeding heart plant in my garden is presently and quietly buried under about three or four feet of snow. It is reassuring to think that “the roots down there (are) riotous” 🙂
The photo was taken last June…. Oh, how I look forward to re-uniting!!
Weekly Photo Challenge – Rule of Thirds