Friday, October 17, 2014

Singin' in the Rain

Yesterday, we took a walk in the park during the dreary morning rain. The park is even beautiful when the ground is wet. Here is some proof.

The Giant Elephant Ears planted on the 42nd Street side of the park, next to the New York Public Library, look even brighter in comparison to the dreary weather.

Same thing with the begonias, which have been a park fixture all summer. Their rosy tone is even more beautiful next to the wet bluestone.
The Bryant Park Grill is covered in lush ivy and framed at the base by planters overflowing with foliage. A truly breathtaking venue!
Autumn leaves plastered to the ground glittered like flecks of gold in a stream. 

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