The past two months have been a bummer for me. Sciatica has prevented from taking my daily walks through my South Buffalo neighborhood and, most importantly, Cazenovia Park, accompanied by my trusty camera (a/k/a, iPhone). This afternoon I broke free from the confines of my home, and took the liberating stroll I’ve been waiting for.
That walk – and this posting – is dedicated to one of Buffalo’s remarkable nonagenarians, Mrs. Raymond G. Peterson. (Hopefully, her daughter will figure out a way to share this collection of photos with her).
By popular demand, I will keep my words to a minimum, and let the images of springtime in Caz Park speak for themselves. I hope you’ll enjoy their beauty, and feel their inherent energy and optimism in the weeks and months ahead.
River Birch Clump
[OK, I admit, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But this pile is functional!]
With All Due Respect,
Yes. Beauty. Optimism. Hope.
You got it all.
I am pleased you are able to amble about, and snap photos. A lot of those trees are most lovely for their potential to bud and make leaves and shade. It is a very good park to live nearby. Thanks for sharing your nature surroundings.
Enjoyed this portrait of the Park Art. You must have an IPhone 14 by the vividness of those pics. Hope you continue to recover from that painful sciatica . J
I’m just doing my best with an iPhone 13 mini! And, I’m also 100% back to “my prime.” Thanks.
So glad you are back to 100% and able to take these photos/ get back to your park! and interesting that you and your twin share photography talent too!