Part II: Himona Onna Day – Taking a breather where LIC meets the East River

On this side of the East River, the willow trees perpetually sway in the breeze and the setting light glints off the Manhattan skyline. On this side of the East River, it’s quiet and contemplative.

On this side of the East River, it’s still the same silliness, just a different side of the River.

Taking inspiration from Yi’s Jumping 2010 photo album.  Location: Queens.  Maybe not as exciting as India.

A pair of bicycles taking a romantic riverside stroll.

Shadow puppets.

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~ by drywoodburstingintoflame on August 16, 2010.

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