Dreamy, rainy Manhattan

Some people feel the rain, others just get wet! I ask you, do you love rain? I adore rain, to me rain symbolizes romance, an expression of love.

“Life is not about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s about learning to dance in the rain.”

As rain descends in Manhattan it adorns the city dressing it like an angel. The wet grass, puddles on the road, the smell of rain in the air, grey stormy clouds, everything flawless. Walking around the city in the rain with my camera and an umbrella (to protect me from getting wet) I clicked pictures of the landscape, streets, buildings, gardens and everything interesting. Here are ten pictures of the day.

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Raindrops on beautiful leafs outside a residence in Manhattan

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Am umbrella on a bench at Riverside Park

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The chess bench at the edge of the Park

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The wet stairs going down to Riverside Park

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A lady wheeling the twins at West End Avenue

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The lush landscape in Central Park West

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A lit lamp post in Central Park as the evening approaches

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A work of art outside an office building in Midtown West

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An evening view of Times Square buzzing with people after the rain

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The view of Avenue of the Americas, Midtown West

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A tennis player, nature lover, sun worshipper, music buff and now a blogger.

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