miscellaneous monday

Broadway Malls at 72nd Street 
with its arbor of 
flowers 
I cant recall the name 
of ... 

25 comments:

  1. Trumpet Vines! I love them too.
    what a perfect little spot to sit & relax in.

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  2. I also thought Trumpet Vines...a lovely shady spot to sit a spell...

    wv: resse; a nice spot to resse my weary bones

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  3. Whatever they are they're lovely.

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  4. Nice place to rest. I don't know what these are either, except I first noticed them when in India and thought they were so exotic...then I saw them here!

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  5. A nice "ruralfication" of the area. Would be nice if they could do more of this.

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  6. That looks like a beautiful place to sit and enjoy a spot of sun!

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  7. pretty spot to take a break
    I love the upper west side :)

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  8. A place to rest and think peaceful thoughts for a while. Pretty.

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  9. What a beautiful place to sit and relax.

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  11. So incredibly lovely and inviting, yet no one is sitting there...

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  12. I'm too horticulturally challenged to name the flowers either, but they're beautiful.

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  13. I vote trumpet vines, too. They are so summery. What a lovely oasis...

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  14. A sweet place to rest my weary bones!

    The vine reminds me of one we had at our house in Ocala...it grew over everything, could not be tamed, was a disaster!

    Re the downtown post: I can't figure it out...very strange. There are four of what look to be covers of some kind but we tried to lift them up and they didn't budge.

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  15. Now that looks like a wonderful little sanctuary, right there in the thick of it.

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  16. Tecoma .. the flowers.. or trumpet bush.. in keeping with your musical theme of the previous post.

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  17. Beautiful. I think they are trumpet flowers but I've never seen yellow. Here in Oklahoma we have orange ones that grow wild and you have to be careful because they will take over and are hard to get rid of. Beautiful

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  18. fabo, lovely place to rest and people watch.

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  19. Looks like a trumpet vine. But, really, what do I know?

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  20. What's Mama talkin' about. She'd know more than anyone. And they're yellow trumpet vines. Don't see the yellow variety too often. Beautiful.

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  21. Oh my, I"m wo slap out. Let me just sit a while and regroup.
    V

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  22. I'd say trumpet vine as well, but I've never seen a yellow one! It surely is healthy and beautiful.

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