This is our last seasonal Pink Saturday. Next week we return to pink themes and photos until next December and I am keeping my eyes alert for pretty-in-pink pictures. But as a last farewell to Christmas in New York we're taking a trip to Bryant Park. The park adjoins the main building of the New York Public Library and is the scene of a wonderful Christmas market. I visited on Friday and knew it would be just the place for our last holiday post.
The Christmas tree is large and lovely, but is in the shadow of the skyscrapers surrounding the park.
I loved this fun elfin tree in one of the shops, and was very tempted to add an elf to my snowman collection.
The Park was named for William Cullen Bryant, poet and editor of the New York Evening Post, after his death in 1878.
The view of the surrounding skyline at twilight from the Park
Yesterday we had snow and today was in the fifties and felt like April. Tomorrow promises winter again. I just remember that each day brings us nearer to spring, and that is a very good thing.
As ever thanks for visiting. Take good care and have a great week!