Holy Snow at Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge National Park…
A walk in the snow around Prospect Park with NYC Photo Outings last Monday.
A hike with Walks & Rambles meetup group in RI last Sunday ascending Mount Tom in a tiny bit of snow.
Although there was quite a bit of rambling throughout the hike, you wouldn’t hear it because of the music which was included in Headphone Commute’s compilation for the best modern classical 2010(part 1).
The following tracks are played in order:
Rafael Anton Irisarri – Für Alina on Reverie [Immune, 2010]
Richard Skelton – Of The Last Generation on Landings [Type, 2010, Reissue]
Nest – Far From Land on Retold [Serein, 2010]
Max Richter – Infra 5 on Infra [130701 / FatCat, 2010]
Peter Gregson – Flight Path on Terminal [Mute Song, 2010]
Hildur Guðnadóttir – Casting on Mount A [Touch, 2010, Reissue]
Even though I have been living in the North East for almost four years now, I still have thousands of places to visit and see that are reachable by transportation means. This was a walk last Sunday that I started in Harlem’s 125th street subway station and then passed through New York’s Riverside state park all the way to George Washington Bridge.
The most fascinating thing I saw there was the lighthouse known as “The Little Red Lighthouse “!
After a few hours walking in the park, I took the train down to Alphabet City for my Cello Teacher’s performance in the Stone on Avenue C and E 2nd street. This will follow in the next post!
As I joined New England Oddities group last Sunday to capture Stockbridge Main Street during its Christmas celebrations, I could not stop admiring the antique cars on show. I was drooling over the 1966 Mustang, the 1955 Corvette C1 with red leather and the array of Pontiac GTOs(1960s) on display. On my way to the Berkshires, I had chosen US 20 instead of the expressway and managed to snap a few frames on my way back to CT. It is that time of the year again when the day is barely alive.
2009: you will be missed…soon!