A garden designer who buries her true feelings is about to discover how friendship can blossom into something more in this “sweet and sexy” romance (Booklist).
Author: Sarah Morgan
Publisher: HQN Books
A garden designer who buries her true feelings is about to discover how friendship can blossom into something more in this “sweet and sexy” romance (Booklist). Love has never been a priority for garden designer Frankie Cole. After witnessing the fallout of her parents’ divorce, she’s seen the devastation an overload of emotion can cause. The only man she feels comfortable with is her friend Matt—but that’s strictly platonic. If only she found it easier to ignore the way he makes her heart race . . . Matt Walker has loved Frankie for years. But sensing how fragile she is beneath her feisty exterior, he’s always played it cool. Now, as he uncovers new depths to the girl he’s known forever, he doesn’t want to wait a moment longer. He’s determined to prove that she can trust him with her heart, and finally kiss her under the Manhattan sunset.
Pre-order your copy of Sarah Morgan’s new novel Beach House Summer now – coming May 2022! Praise for Sarah Morgan: ‘I laughed, I cried, I held my breath.
Author: Sarah Morgan
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Pre-order your copy of Sarah Morgan’s new novel Beach House Summer now – coming May 2022! Praise for Sarah Morgan: ‘I laughed, I cried, I held my breath. I absolutely adored it’ Cathy Bramley ‘The perfect book to curl up with’ Heat * * *
Parking lots, traffic lights, and traffic signs brought the hustle of city life into the once bucolic retreat. ... Walkways and buildings formerly dark after sunset brought new programs and new audiences to the Park.
Author: Sara Cedar Miller
An authoritative visual survey of New York City’s Central Park, with new photography and updated text For more than 160 years, Central Park has been the centerpiece of New York City, with more than 42 million visits each year. In Seeing Central Park, Sara Cedar Miller takes readers through America’s most popular and celebrated park, where natural and manmade features are interwoven into a spectacular work of art. Combining superb research and writing with breathtaking photographs, Seeing Central Park is not only a guide through every significant design feature but also a gorgeous gift book. Since the book was first published in 2009, the Conservancy has completed a number of renovations and opened new areas of the park, including the Hallett Nature Sanctuary, Rhododendron Mile, and Dene Slope. This updated edition features these landmarks alongside revised entries and new photography throughout. With its pastoral and picturesque landscapes, roads and paths, bridges, buildings, structures, and sculpture, Central Park is a living museum of superb Victorian decorative arts and landscape design. From the Pond to Harlem Meer, it’s all covered in Seeing Central Park.
... Central Park, in autumn Page 4:Pink star magnolia blossoms framing boaters on the Lake, Central Park Page 6: Yoshino ... framed by white crab apple blossoms Page 31: Sculptural detail, Bethesda Terrace, Central Park Page 32: Sunset ...
Author: Georgianna Lane
Discover the floral heart of New York City in this companion to the popular Paris in Bloom by acclaimed photographer Georgianna Lane. New York in Bloom leads you on a beautiful floral tour of the metropolis—past stylish floral studios and corner shops overflowing with fresh-cut blooms, through bustling flower markets, to blooming trees and lush public parks. With sumptuous photography, the unexpected, softer side of New York is revealed by juxtaposing floral beauty with exquisite botanical details found in the city’s iconic architecture. Also included are field guides to locating and identifying common spring blooms, a list of recommended locations and vendors, and a tutorial on how to create your own New York–style floral bouquet. For anyone who loves New York City, flowers, and photography, New York in Bloom is a gorgeous gift and an essential addition to one’s library of fine books.
In Sunset (Central Park), Spencer Finch re-created the orange and red hues of a sunset over the park that he had painted through the unique medium of soft-serve ice cream cones, dispensed to passersby for free from a cheery truck.
... California (Judd Patterson) Afternoon shadow (Katie Hosmer) Sun shining through the trees in Central Park, New York (Katie Hosmer) Friends watching the sunset on Bethany Beach, Delaware (Katie Hosmer) Spring greenup and sunset on ...
Author: Emily Rachel Morgan
Publisher: NSTA Press
Discusses the spinning of the Earth, the progress of day into night, and the reasons for the spectacular colors and shadows that accompany sunrise and sunset.
Central Park Lake “A Row on the Lake at Central Park. ... “On Central Park Pond, Miniature Sails in the Sunset. ... “Defends Memorial for Central Park: Architect Hastings Says Reservoir Site Would Be Lost If Not Used for War Monument.
Author: Sergey Kadinsky
Publisher: The Countryman Press
A guide to the forgotten waterways hidden throughout the five boroughs Beneath the asphalt streets of Manhattan, creeks and streams once flowed freely. The remnants of these once-pristine waterways are all over the Big Apple, hidden in plain sight. Hidden Waters of New York City offers a glimpse at the big city’s forgotten past and ever-changing present, including: Minetta Brook, which ran through today's Greenwich Village Collect Pond in the Financial District, the city's first water source Newtown Creek, separating Brooklyn and Queens Bronx River, still a hotspot for urban canoeing and hiking Filled with eye-opening historical anecdotes and walking tours of all five boroughs, this is a side of New York City you’ve never seen.
Central Park was meant to provide harried New Yorkers with a tranquil “rural” escape from the hustle and bustle of city ... Toiling from sunrise to sunset every day of the week except Sunday, a small army of Irish and German immigrant ...
Author: Louise Chipley Slavicek
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Category: Central Park (New York, N.Y.)
New York City's Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States, with more than 25 million visitors each year. Designed in 1857 by the man who would become America's most famous landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, and his partner, Calvert Vaux, Central Park was intended to provide New Yorkers with a serene and scenic "rural" refuge from the noise and bustle of city life. Yet transforming the rocky, swampy park site into the rolling meadows, lush woodlands, and pristine lakes would prove an extremely time-consuming and labor-intensive endeavor. Thousands of workers drained marshes, blasted away boulders, and planted a quarter billion trees, flowers, and shrubs to create the 843-acre green oasis in the heart of Manhattan as envisioned by Olmsted and Vaux.
Author: New York Meteorological ObservatoryPublish On: 1942
CENTRAL PARK AUGUST 1942 NEW YORK CITY TEMPERATURE FO In Shade In Sun Day Aver . Aver . Aver . Tons Per Dry Wet Bulb Bulb Dry Bulb Maxi- Shade Cubic mum Number Mile W Τ F 1234567 79.2 69.5 111.5 131 64.7 2.50 0.92 150 DAILY AND MONTHLY ...
75. October 1904 Ian. 1—30, BAC, 69th Exh, Oil Paintings and Sculpture. 4.8. Plaza — I/Vinter Morning Ian. 2-30, NAD, 79th Annual Each. 107. Springtime: Central Park 305. Moonrise at Sunset Ian. 25-Mar.
Author: Helene Barbara Weinberg
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
"This illustrated publication accompanies a major exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, the first retrospective presentation of Hassam's work in a museum since 1972. Unique to this volume are an account of Hassam's lifelong campaign to market his art, a study of the frames he selected and designed for his paintings, and an unprecedented lifetime exhibition record. Included in addition are a checklist of works in the exhibition and a chronology of Hassam's life. All works in the exhibition as well as comparative materials are reproduced."--BOOK JACKET.