Manhattan Transfer

Early autumn. New York City at its best. Cooler, crisp air. In between the crowds of shoppers, business people, tourists: parks, rooftop gardens, vest-pocket gardens.

Saturday evening Sunset in Washington Square Park. The highlight of the fall border of marigolds: thistles.

View from the roof of The New Museum, 235 Broadway between Rivington and Stanton Streets

In the rain today, Paley Park, 3 East 53rd Street

Topiaries in the courtyard of the Palace Hotel, the former Villard Mansion, 455 Madison Avenue

Stop for a moment and smell the mums.

About writedesigner

Graphic designer, writer, and gardener Ellen Shapiro is based in Irvington, New York. A frequent contributor to design blogs and magazines including Print, Imprint, Salon.com, Communication Arts, and Etapes, she writes about trends, issues and personalities in design, illustration, photography, and visual culture around the world.
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2 Responses to Manhattan Transfer

  1. Pru Montgomery says:

    What a charming virtual visit to the City!
    Many thanks, Pru

  2. Urban Gardens says:

    Thanks for sharing these wonderful scenes of some often missed urban green spaces.

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