Monday, April 28, 2008

New York Spring: Dean Street

Bye-bye crabapples, hello viburnum. There's a tall viburnum opposite Bar Tabac on the north side of Dean Street, outside a Confederate-style clapboard house ( is that enough detail?), which smells heavenly. Go and sniff it. My favourites, V. plicatum etceterum, will be blooming soon...


3 comments:

  1. How strange, your top picture give me an instant flashback of a similar sight, years ago, taken from the same low perspective, where the pink was a layer of... crabs...

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  2. I know they do that in Hawaii - was in that in Little Cayman?

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  3. Indeed it was, hurricane crabs.

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