Friday, October 18, 2013

Morning Walk #120 - Stuyvesant

Fall Flowers

58 degrees and 56% humidity

Crisp Fall morning

Garbage trucks picking up trash. I had not heard of them being called carting companies till I came to NYC.

Channel 2 mobile weather station setting up at Union Square

Walking past Union Square to Stuyvesant Square which is quiet. Only a few dog walkers then kids and parents start walking through on their way to school

The parks are still looking green but brown leaves are on the ground

Lots of fall flowers planted in Gramercy Park and around the Edmund Booth statue

Number 10 Gramercy Park - the residence of painter, Robert Henri, from 1909 to 1929. Interesting painter who championed realistic paintings and was part of the Ashcan artists.

A stack of A.M. newspapers leaning against a building. The headlines written in chalk on the sidewalk with an arrow towards the stack. It's either high tech phone stuff or low tech chalk!
Steps: 7260

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