A row of brownstones: process part III

I planned to post this Friday, but things being what they are out in the world, I didn't manage it. With things in NYC going from quasi-normal to lockdown in a matter of days, it wasn't a priority. I spent part of the weekend in communication with family and friends near and far, a final… Continue reading A row of brownstones: process part III

roses and brownstones

The flora around the city has gone mad with delight from the abundant rains we've had– the streets lush and green. A bike ride yesterday into Ditmas Park, and the plane trees looming well above the rooflines in some streets–  cathedral ceilings of shade and flickering leaflight. Last night a piano party at a friend's… Continue reading roses and brownstones