As April ends and May begins, here are a few everyday pictures of spring unfolding in the city. While we're a city of walkers, the sights of New York are hardly pedestrian.
In some pictures, the natural world is barely visible, so it's the quality of the light that signifies the season. In others, new blooms are apparent. In all, this is the look of a city that's ready to be young again.
|April 6, 2011. Pinche Taqueria, Lafayette, Mulberry, Bleecker|
|April 7, 2011. Untitled (Bear/Lamp) by Urs Fischer, Seagram Plaza|
|April 10, 2011. Lobby, The United Nations, General Assembly Building|
|April 10, 2011. "The Spirit of Audrey" by John Kennedy, dedicated to the memory of Audrey Hepburn, plaza on E. 44th St.|
|April 14, 2011. Waverly St., West Village|
|April 14, 2011. Silver Towers, with "Bust of Sylvette," from LaGuardia Place, South Village.|
|April 17, 2011. Bethesda Terrace, Central Park.|
|April 25, 2011. E. 83rd St, near Fifth Avenue. Upper East Side.|
|April 25, 2011. E. 83rd St. Upper East Side.|
|April 26, 2011. Park Avenue.|
|April 26, 2011. LaGuardia Community Gardens, near Bleecker St. and LaGuardia St.|
|April 27, 2011. W. 4th and 6th Avenue.|
|April 30, 2011. Broome St. near Broadway, SoHo.|
Images from April 2011 by Walking Off the Big Apple made with the iPhone 4.
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