Just about one hour away from Manhattan (no traffic…) there is this wonderful park where people can relax for a day, and escape the “jungle” of skyscrapers. You can walk in the forest on the numerous trails, or just relax by the lake (seven of them) and enjoy the scenery.
Have you heard of Montserrat? No, not the famous opera singer, but a small country. I didn’t, until tonight. To my surprise, on the list of countries which show me my blog’s visitors’ geographic location, this new name appeared. I immediately “googled” it, and I found out it’s a small island in the Caribbean, with about 6000 inhabitants. One of them discovered my blog tonight, and I hope he/she enjoyed my pictures. I feel honored and I salute my reader from Montserrat.
Back in February 2010, we had one of those rare days with snow in Manhattan, which resulted in these nice images below. Needless to say that by next day all that white beauty was gone…
As promised in my last post, more pictures from Island Shakespeare play Much Ado About Nothing, on Roosevelt Island.
My blog just passed the 10,000 hits threshold. To have the full picture, those hits came from 32 countries over a 6 weeks time-frame. Today’s post about the Shakespeare play on Roosevelt Island had over 1100 hits, which means people liked it – so be prepared for another series of pictures from this wonderful performance, coming tomorrow. And don’t forget to come and see the show if you live in Manhattan. You will not regret it.
More images from Much Ado About Nothing, preformed by Island Shakespeare on Roosevelt Island, starting tonight. I took those images during the last fully costumed rehearsal. If you live in New York, don’t miss this performance. If not, enjoy my images.
Such an interesting subject this photographer choose to shoot, on a bench in Central Park… What you actually do not see is the squirrel in the lower right corner, which this guy was actually shooting. I was sitting on a bench across those guys, and got this great, really funny shot. Central Park is an endless source of great photography.