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It was a fortunate accident that I ended up watching part of the Chinese Lunar New Year parade that crawled through Chinatown in Flushing, Queens just last Saturday. I say fortunate, because that is where saw this week’s fabulous Pink Thing: these Lotus Flower Dresses worn by a group of Asian dancers.
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If there’s any doubt about how hot this Hot Pink Nymphaea tropical day-blooming water lily really is, check out the impossibly horny Bee doing its thing right there in the center of the flower. So hot.
Photographed at the Enid A Haupt Conservatory at the New York Botanical Garden.
Photos By Gail
While I was out west in California for the Christmas holidays, I spent a few days in San Diego, where I visited the historic Hotel Del Coronado, a luxury resort property that’s right on the beach. The Hotel Del, as it is known, has an amazing and colorful history that goes back to the late 1880s and it is arguably San Diego’s most famous landmark building.
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Photographed by Gail at The Japanese Garden, Balboa Park, Van Nuys, CA
2017 is going to be a challenging year for peace-loving folks, so be sure to exercise additional mindfulness, love and patience through strength of resolve to do what is right. I wish you all the best.
Fives years is forever in the life of a piece of NYC Street Art, but Shepard Fairey’s Obey Lotus Flower Stencil, which first went up at the end of June in 2011, is still loud and proud on the southern façade of 213 Bowery, at the corner of Rivington. I passed by it over the weekend and it looks darn good for its age.
Here’s a view of that corner from the traffic island in the middle of Bowery. And doesn’t This look familiar?