Lots of pictures today.
Ella wasn't feeling too hot last night, so she skipped work today (probably for the best that she doesn't push it) and decided to photograph my knitting for me. There are a lot of advantages to having an artist/photographer in the family. That girl can make our little point and shoot sing. There will be actual knitting pictures tomorrow morning. YAY!
Also, I took my lunch break in Battery Park today (that's at the lower tip of Manhattan, overlooking the Statue of Liberty. Tough day at work. Battery Park is one of my happy places. So instead of knitting (was a bit too cold for that, 50F, 10C) I took peectures.
You can't quite see it, but that's the Statue of Liberty hiding behind the bush. It's crazy, because if you didn't know where it was, you'd think I was out on some windswept lonely beach somewheres.
The ferry to the Statue of Liberty just coming back:
The rear view (this is immediately behind where I was sitting):
Some of the gorgeous landscaping they've done here:
One last lonely straggling flower:
The only all-glass skyscraper that I ever really loved (hate most of them, but I like this one because it always perfectly reflects the sky) and the East Coast Memorial (WWII):