Never the Same Walk Twice

You never know what you’ll find when you go out walking.

Today’s walk brought us:

A mysterious ziggurat by the Hudson.


A tepee.


A giant compass.


Vertical objects, man-made and natural.


Balanced stones on top of a stone in Riverside Park.


Berries in Riverside Park.


Osage oranges in Morningside Park.


Never the same walk twice.


What will tomorrow bring?

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3 Comments on “Never the Same Walk Twice”

  1. Charlotte Says:

    Love this. That purple glove against that lime green osage orange, man, that was startling! And Esau, a sage guide….

  2. virginiafair Says:

    Is Esau your tour guide? I always called Marcos our walk planner.
    It’s nice to really see isn’t it. I feel sorry for, and mad at, people who walk blindly past such sights because they’re somewhere else on their phones

  3. An eye for diversity…. what a wonderful post of oddities…

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