Back to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens for this Summer of 2022 post. The Unisphere is as spectacular as I remember it when I was at the New York World’s Fair in 1965. However, I don’t remember it being so large: 140 feet high and 120 feet in diameter. When I was there this past summer, the pool that the sphere rests in seemed to be under some kind of renovation, so you could walk right up to the base of the sphere. It was wonderful to see families and so many enjoying this gem of a park and iconic structure in Queens.
Wonderful way to end the day. Thanks for stopping by.
The third post from a recent trip to New York, when I took a long hike on the West End of Jones Beach on a cold, windy, winter day. Thanks for stopping by!
- It is wonderful to see corn! We have had rain drowning the midwest this year, so, it is so good to finally see cornfields…. with corn!
- It is wonderful to ride!
- Wind farms are so cool!
This is the last image in a series of black and whites from our Thanksgiving road trip to New York. December is a busy season for me with our annual Christmas production and Christmas Eve preparations, so, hopefully, this will not be the last post of 2018.
That’s my bride of 35 years patiently accompanying me on my photographic walk along the boardwalk. She was so accommodating… stopping with me each time I took a shot. Since high school…. by my side…
Still enjoying getting out on my motorcycle as Summer gives way to Fall.