Tulips in an array of colors decorated the Boston Public Garden last weekend.
A window with some flowers and a slightly askew lamp on Boston’s Beacon Hill.
This sculpture in Boston’s Public Garden was inspired by Robert McCloskey’s book Make Way for Duckings about a family of ducks living on an island in the lagoon in the garden. It looks like they have been dressed for spring. You have to get there awfully early to get images without lots of children crowding the ducks.
A planter of daffodils graces Boston’s Downtown Crossing.
Last Thursday, I went with friends to tour some of the studios at Manchester’s Institute of Arts. They have some cool looking tools there. Here are a selection. The first three came from the jewelry making studio and the last came from the print making studio.
Last fall, we took down some dead trees in our yard. On the last one, my wife asked that I shape the stump in the shape of a house. She let it winter over and this week decorated it to look like a little house.
A tray of old style print type at a local art studio