… for children and other living beings.
I like this sign in the store window. It’s very true.
Ed. Note: Mo, one of the readers kindly contributed interesting info on the saying. Thank you! Here it is: "The interesting story of this great poster from the Vietnam War era can be found at http://www.aiga.org/war-is-not-healthy-the-true-story/ (the web site of the American Institute of Graphic Arts). Those of us ancient enough to have lived in a college dorm back then remember it as being almost as common an item of furnishing as pillowcases (actually, maybe more so). A beautiful way to express a very serious sentiment."
Under the scaffolding on the East side’s Madison Avenue, you’ll find the bridal boutique of American fashion designer, Vera Wang, who’s well known for her bridal gowns.
Porcelain vase by pop artist Jeff Koons.
I like this dog-shaped vase by pop artist Jeff Koons, which you’ll find in the window of the Gagosian Store, an art emporium on Madison Avenue. I’ve passed by this store several times. Maybe one of these days, I’ll go check out the inside, but I always like seeing the dog in the window.
There’s just a hint of green here but Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
I took these photos a few weeks ago when we had one of our snow storms. If you look closely, you can see the snow in the streets and on car in the reflection. Thankfully, no more snow today.
Visit WORK OF THE POET to see photos that feature the color red.
Ed. Note: Happy St. Paddy’s Day!
As I passed by the many stores on Madison Avenue, I looked up, from my bus seat, to see a cow in display window. You don’t usually see a cow in the window.
Ed. Note: The cow was located on the second floor of the store. A reader asked what the store sold or what the owners were trying to sell. I believe it was clothing. I may pass by the store today, so I’ll double check. Mooo.