• June Photo Diary ~ Rainy Day in Madison Square Park

    June Photo Diary ~ Rainy Day in Madison Square Park
    orly-genger-art-installation - rainy day in NYC
    Rainy days make me happy. Sometimes happier than sunny days. Rain invites introspection and contemplation; it washes things clean. I thought I’d share a few rainy day images from Madison Square Park in midtown. Enjoy!

    orly-genger-art-new-york rainy day in nyc

     

    orly-genger-detail - rainy day in NYC
    flowers-in-the-rain
    water fountain

     

     

    torrential rain

    Torrential. This is my New York.

    Images by Patranila.

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    4 Comments

    1. 28 June 2013 / 3:41 PM

      Yeah I love rain too but not the torrential kind. We get JUST enough rain out here to make it interesting. After the rain is glorious though! Everything is all 'clean' and fresh 🙂

      • 28 June 2013 / 4:14 PM

        So fresh and so clean, clean! I love torrential rain though. Powerful!

    2. 2 November 2013 / 4:29 PM

      Testing my no-reply status. Fingers crossed!

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