Nice! Did you look for the rainbow?
That is such a wonderfully pastoral shot, it's hard to remember that it's in the heart of the city.
Beautiful shot. I would never have guessed it was taken in the middle of a city.
my. this is lush.
Love the rain bubbles bouncing off the water. Love the bridge. Love New Yawk...This is truly restful (Mr. Olmstead done good).
Good Lord! You live in a city with a never ending source of blog fodder!I love, love the ivy (?) covered bridge...
So many shades of green, beautiful.The rain dots on the water look like pointalism.
Did you mean Sky Dog Days of August? Maybe I'm running the posts together in my head. I can't wait to get back to New Yawk. Hey that probably makes me the only person in the world that can't wait to turn 50!
Ha, ha! You can really fool someone that this is the way New York City looks with this shot. Beautiful and pastoral.Plink, plink, plunk has been the way of the weather in New Jersey, too.
As always GORGEOUS!!!! Why don't I ever see something like that around here lol
An oasis in a town with so many tall buildings.
lovely scene Daryl! you sure are putting your new camera to fine use.
so beautiful!I love how a tiny bit of the stone of the bridge can be seen
Oh that's just lovely Daryl. :)
Central Park...such a refuge.
Wonderful photo, and set to such beautiful words. I never saw the lake when I was in Central Park.
Oh, the devil is beating his wife!I like the action in this shot, you little devil, you. :)
Sunshine and rain, makes a perfect Sunday in my book.
Daryl - this is a beautiful picture - I love the trees surrounding the bridge - the full full shapes are wonderful :)
"...New Yawk" - love it!Rain drops falling on water; I can just imagine the sound and smell the freshness of the rain. I am enjoying your photo from my dry, dry corner of this country.
I think I see a gator hiding just under the bridge... yes, I do !
this is wonderful and I may be the only exurbian who, in the summer, longs to be back in the heart of NYC and walking around in good old (beautiful) Central Park!
Delightful! A stone bridge, water, two little ducks, and all that lush green.
Oh! This is great! I love this, Daryl. Makes me want to be there watching it with you!
A New Yawk poetess you are, Daryl! I was at the Nassau Museum of Art out in the rain photographing outdoor sculpture for Summer Stock Sunday... Love your CP shot! :)
Excellent shot.When I was a kid in Africa, we used to call a sun shower "a monkey's wedding" - no idea why, but we used to love the thought of it.
What a beautiful spot!
We had a sunstorm here last weekend. Sun shining big and bright, rain comin' down like a cow pis... erm... really hard.
So beautiful. Central Park is a world unto itself.
picture postcard perfect, including the verse. my summer stock photo can be seen here
Gorgeous!Also, I told Uncle Tim that his Skydog was on the internet yesterday. He looked a little confused....
VERY Nice!Aloha-Comfort Spiral
So pretty and green! In a few short months it will be all gray and dreary! I was too busy this weekend to get a Summer Stock picture up!
Oh beautiful. A bit of Paradise!
Ah, very lovely!
This looks like a painting. The rain gives it an impressionistic look. I think it could be hung next to Monet at the Metropolitan Museum of Art!
Oh my is all I can say!
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