Welcome to the city that never sleeps!
Ming the Merciless
Simply fantastic. I lived in Manhattan in the mid 90s for a few years and fell in love with the city.Your daily photos bring back good memories of the city.Thank you.
Just beautiful!! We have had a week of sunny and warm weather. I have been enjoying sitting and reading on my deck.
Thats is so beautiful.I will be ready for summer when i lose a few pounds.Have a nice weekend
what a festival of colours ! great shot ...
Oh,wow! Simply gorgeous. How do you find these great areas? Perfection Ming.Yes, come summer and the heat!Doris
This is a beautiful shot! Looks like spring is already at hand in NYC (I'm currently vacationing in Paris)
What a glorious shot Ming. Thanks for reminding us that NY isn't just a "concrete jungle"!HAV
love the tulips!!
What wonderful contrasts from the flowers to the buildings...
what a beautiful photo! the flowers are really pretty
nice!I love how Park Avenue is decorated with flowers along the median strip. There's something very festive about it.
wow ming, that's a beautiful photo. i thought it was photoshopped for a second.and noo, i <3 the winter.
That is outstanding! It's not the image I had of NYC. Fantastic!!!
Stunning (as always), Ming! I know summer will be here long before I fit back into my summer clothes (sigh). We've had a few years recently where we went right from winter to summer, so for now I'm really enjoying this lovely spring.
Beautiful! I love tulips!I love this blog!
Bingo! You've got a winner here, Ming! Absolutely gorgeous!
Lovely tulips near «my» Drake...
This one is really WONDERFUL, Ming. A great postcard from the Big Apple!
Tulips are my all time favourite flower, these look fantastic mass planted!!! And you've captured the feeling very well as usual Ming!! =)
Love the bright colors amidst all that glass and concrete! Beautiful.
damn if this is wat spring is like, i dun wan summer to arrive!
wow... this is so beautiful.
Wonderful photo and we are pleased that so many people have enjoyed the beautiful orange tulips this year. Look for the coral colored begonias that will be planted along Park Avenue at the end of May and visit our website FundforParkAvenue.org
tip toe through the tulips...that's a great shot!
I love the orange tulips!Great angle!
This is inspirational! Gorgeous!
Particularly nice, Ming! I've always liked the meridian on Park ... such a civilized touch amongst the urban giants.And no, never too many tulips ... and YES! I'm ready for summer, though Mother Nature seems to have other items on her "to do" list before she gets around to smiling on a daily basis.
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