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The trees are just starting to change colour, the ducks are swimming while they can, and the squirrels are racing to hide those nuts. What a beautiful time of the year to be in New York!

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Spring ducklings

While azaleas bloomed in spectacular abundance in Central park yesterday, and artists sketched their own picture while featuring in mine, the real action was happening in the garden at The Frick Collection. The ducks were back! Every year for as … Continue reading

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Jazz and Colours

There was a stereophonic level of cool in Central Park on Saturday with the annual Jazz and Colors Festival. 30 jazz bands in 30 different parts of the Park simultaneously playing the same set. Can you imagine?! I thought if … Continue reading

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Spring in Central Park

It was a day of superlatives in Central park. Spectacular weather, glorious sunshine and joyous smiles on happy faces. After wonky Spring weather started, stopped and waylaid the blooming schedule of thousands of plants around the city, it was pure … Continue reading

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Spring in Central Park

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Central Park gardeners and their tips

Garden lovers of all varieties – workers, volunteers and viewers ( like me ), were out in force at the weekend. Sunday especially was spectacular. The warm weather and the full moon – and maybe a good dose of global … Continue reading

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