Handmade with love. And snark.
Orange you glad I didn't say flower. In Prospect Park.
Lights and spokes on the wall of the first place I attempted to perform on aerial silks in front of a crowd. At Big Sky Works in Williamsburg.
"The types of mankind are various. They differ like they waves, but they are one like the sea." At Frederick Douglass Circle.
This garden is wildly overgrown in the middle of LIC and I love it. At Dutch Kills Garden.
Empty pools. At Hamilton Fish Park.
The September 11 Memorial at Ground Zero.
This place looked very calm. At Cabrini Repertory Theater.
A new froyo place opened near my apartment in Astoria. Yeah, it was good.
My regular commute on the 6 train.
My contribution. At St Patrick's Cathedral.
Metal works. At Metal Dimensons on Berry Street in Williamsburg.
Lions Gate. Somewhere on Bleecker Street near Broadway.
This train is a G.
Mad. Sq. Eats. Temp pop-up food stalls near Madison Square Park.
My friends and I doing the AIDS walk in NYC.
This place is a hole in the wall. At MoMA PS 1.
The name of this church weirds me out. I mean, I get it, but weird. In Astoria.
These pigs know what's up. At Strand Smokehouse in Astoria.
I wasn't feeling well, as you can tell by the cold supplies and the unfinished flower, so I skipped a day and put two out the next.
In the median. Near PS 188 in Manhattan.
All dolled up. At a coffee shop in Astoria.
The earthbound peacock struts and boasts. At the Ancient Playground in Central Park.
An impostor flower on the Upper East Side.
Welcome to Brooklyn. At the Brooklyn Bridge in Dumbo.
Great view of the Manhattan Bridge in Dumbo. On a clear day, you can see the Manhattan skyline.
Suck my cocktails. At a bar in Soho.
Family. On the L train into Brooklyn.
Orange for melanoma awareness on Mondays in May. At the Bryant Park Carousel.
Complimentary. Take One. Somewhere in Chelsea.
Flower friends near Times Square.
She's is a beauty. She's one in a million. On a street in Astoria.
High flying fun at Streb Lab for Action Mechanics.
It rained for daze. At Brooklyn Bagel and Coffee in Astoria.
"We'll throw in the motorcycle for free." Somewhere in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Got grass? At the Butcher Bar, which has a very nice garden out back.
A great view of the Tri-boro (now the RFK) Bridge and Manhattan. At Astoria Park.
He's so regal! At the New York Public Library.
On the C train, which is jostles people around a lot more than some of the other train lines. Burry!
Celebrating life at the cemetery at the oldest public use building in Manhattan, St. Paul's Chapel.
These Citi Bikes matched this flower perfectly.
Earth Day in Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
On the Brooklyn Bridge. The couple walking away had just stopped in front of me so the woman could take selfies.
Happy (420) Easter.
Greening Western Queens.
Well I'm stumped.
Put a bird on it. Wait, scratch that, reverse it.
While hunting more of the Great Hunt eggs, I found these vines and leaves.
Outside the American Museum of Natural History, with Teddy Roosevelt in the background. Or at least a statue of him.
On the High Line Park, a seeming urban jungle.
Another of the Great Hunt eggs, number 18.
With some sweet-smelling cousins.
On a reclaimed desk outside a shop in Williamsburg.
The weather finally started warming up. These dogs were having fun at the park and the flower and I wished we could join.
Fabrege sponsored an Egg Hunt in NYC, with eggs designed by various artists and brands, with a total of 270 eggs to find and unlock. I decorated egg 270.
I picked this tree because it has those lights that make it look like snow falling. It was raining out so I thought it would add to the effect, but of course, you can't see that in the picture.
Book returns have never been so aesthetically pleasing.
With some flower friends.
A budding tree in McCarren Park.
On the fence outside Le Petit Versailles, a community garden in the lower east side.
In Madison Square Park, outside the This Land is Your Land installation.
On the Brutus Jones sculpture in the Socrates Sculpture Garden in Astoria.
Inside Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, because it was raining outside.
Kaufman Astoria Studios.
Fencing. In Williamsburg.
On the F train during my afternoon commute to my weekly tutoring session. 2nd train line to have a flower on it.
A nice surprise for the owner of this bike.
My flower got lost when I was packing to return to NYC and I didn't have appropriate supplies to make a replacement.
The tiny green flower can be seen just below the Apollo logo.
Bright flower against dark skies.
A nice family portrait on my nephew Owen's first birthday
Dam. In my hometown of Rockford, Michigan.
Raining outside. I left this one in the gardening section of the Astoria Bookshop.
Planting roses at your feet. At Rockefeller Center.
Grand Central Station. A bright orange flower on St Patrick's day.
I went to brunch with some lovely ladies and had a great time. Left the flower for the table's next occupants, hoping they would have a great time as well.
On the fence outside Grace Church.
On the N train on my way home from a long day.
With some fleur de lis on a window covering in Williamsburg.
Rain outside called for some creative placement. Joe the Art of Coffee on Lexington Ave on the upper east side.
On a bench in the Shakespeare Garden in Central Park
On a bench in Union Square Park.