This weekend we wandered around and enjoyed the great weather. We saw art and sat in the park. And we met two new wonderful people. I took some pictures. They are below. Enjoy!
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I watched this little boy have his face painted. (Images are shown in reverse.)
Central Park. A little boy has his face painted.
I love the little girl’s reaction behind him. She looks green with envy. Perhaps she went next.
A woman has her portrait done in Central Park.
We went to the Whitney to see the final day of the Hawkinson exhibit. Which was absolutely amazing. I think Anna summed it up well when she said, “I love that everything here, no matter how small, holds an element of surprise.”
She’s right. His sculpture really makes you feel included somehow. Truly amazing. All I was able to capture from the event were the banners that hung outside the Whitney. When I tried to take a picture inside, I was quickly scolded by a guard. Oops! :]
Anna, Gerry and Toby Joe on a rock in Central Park.
Gerry and Liz outside at Union Pool.
Anna. (You can tell here, but that dog only has three legs. He’s missing his front, left leg entirely. But he got around just fine! He also hated cameras. Every time Toby and I pulled ours out, he’d freak out and start barking. Weird.)
Evolution of a laugh.
Liz and Anna laughing.
Alex and behind him another woman named Anna who befriended us moments later.
Missy and Anna outside Union Pool.