Monday, April 27, 2015

Daffodil Hill

That's the aptly named part of the
Brooklyn Botanic Garden that's carpeted
for a while every April with hundreds
of these bright yellow blooms.

[Linking back to Monday Mellow Yellows.
To see more, go here.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

inSPIREd Sunday

This is the early-18th-century organ in the
church of St.-Nicolas du Chardonnet.
You can hear it here.

[To see more churches from around the world, go here.]

Saturday, April 25, 2015

The Weekend in Black and White

I saw these men in the Nyugati Railway Station,
in Budapest.  It could be a dramatic story, 

I suppose—or maybe (and I hope this is the case)
they were just two tired workers waiting
to catch their train and go home after a long day.

[To see more monochromes, visit Dragonstar's meme.]

Friday, April 24, 2015

Weekend Reflections

I love the passages of Paris—wonderful
glass-roofed shopping arcades that date mostly
to the 19th century—and Galerie Vivienne 
is one of the most elegant of all.

[To see more Weekend Reflections, visit James's meme.]

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Thursday Challenge—"young"

These jeunes Parisiens were out on a
promenade with their teachers.  Some of them
got the "stick-together" drill, but a few
petits garçons were just eager to get down
to the quai d'Orsay and run around.
Must be like herding des puces!

[To see more of the Thursday Photo Challenge, visit Dale's meme.]

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ABC Wednesday—O is for "oranges"

I'm not really that fond of oranges and never go 

out of my way to eat one, but for the 18 months I was 
pregnant with my two kids (well, closer to 19, 
thanks to Lila the Late), I had a strong craving and 
consumed hundreds (maybe thousands).
I can think of worse things.

[To see more ABC posts, go here.]

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Our World Tuesday

You'll find lots of wonderful art at the
Brooklyn Museum—even in the parking lot.

[To see more from around the world, go here.]