There is an (arty) egg hunting going on in NYC right now. I already found a few! Above eggs are all found in the Brooklyn Bridge park by the carousel, and this one below is found by the Madison square park. Aren’t they all so fun?!
I love when the whole city turns into an art festival, this time is for the Easter :) Hopefully, I can find more arty eggs… They are all pretty awesome!
It’s April 1st and it’s FINALLY looking like Spring! Yay! What a long and cold winter we had… The trees still don’t have green leaves (might take a little more…) but I saw some little flowers bloomed today and totally made my day. Come out more, Spring, everyone is desperately waiting for you!!!
Nicole and Mike from the Kettle Pot Tracks sent me this photo above before — they are a small recording studio in their home (just outside of Philadelphia) where they try to capture simple, authentic performances of singer/songwriters — One of our Live What You Love posters has been in their studio and it has become part of many of the photos from their sessions. For example, this is singer songwriter Robert Sarazin Blake from Bellingham, Washington:the local newspaper in Robert’s hometown is using the image in a story about him.
And recently, their lovely home has been featured on Philly.com and they’ve included the poster as well!
We are so very honored to be included in their lovely and creative home!! Thank you, Nicole and Mike for letting us know, please keep up your awesome work!!
It was the first day of Spring yesterday and we had a pretty nice and sunny day. (I still see some snow mark this week’s forecast, though… aw) We took a nice walk, but then I realized that the Brooklyn Bridge Park by the Manhattan Bridge is CLOSED! What?! I guess they are working on some new things at the park and it’ll be closed until winter 2014/2015! I was so shocked and bummed to know that :(
Anyways. The photo has no filter, too bad I can’t get any closer to the Manhattan Bridge for a while…