Clearly, there is some disturbance to the Universe that is the trees that line the Washington Square Park fountain as … (more on this to come) Photos: Cathryn I have some news’ posts to come … check back!
I’m a pigeon fan! One of the many nice things about Washington Square Park is that many people are fans of the park pigeons, and, if they are not, they often become converts watching the interactions between people and birds. If you’re still not convinced, read here: 21 Reasons you should Appreciate Pigeons Photo: Cathryn
First, the Park in Bloom: Park House Comfort Station Admin Building – What’s New: The building was unveiled at long last earlier this month. The glass on top (between these wood slats) has not yet been installed (note: if it has, I missed it! will check again or report back to me.). Reports abound about the […]
If you ever wanted to feel like a bird flying throughout NYC… here is your chance. Stunning aerial views of NYC via Time.com including Washington Square Park. Captured via camera on a drone — not sure what to make of that aspect of this but, as a one time thing, it is pretty cool to see. […]
There was a lot of chalking on the Plaza around the Arch yesterday which somehow extended ON TO the Arch itself! The Northwest and Eastern end Park lawns are being reseeded and are fenced off. For how long… I am not certain. More on the opening of Phase III next! (Really!) Photos: Cathryn
Washington Square Park 1908 by William Glackens. From 2008 WSP Blog post on William Glackens: One of Glackens’ favorite subjects was Washington Square Park, an old city square that separated Greenwich Village, a working-class neighborhood where many Italian immigrants had settled, and the well-to-do neighborhoods north of the square. Glackens drew and painted the view […]