Friday, September 11, 2009
Some Portraits From Avenue A and Tompkins Square Park
A Midnight View of Tompkins Square Park's Newest Rat Farm ...
The Rat Farm above is a stunning example of a natural wildlife habitat established in an urban park . Sited right on avenue A near the new children's playground it is conveniently placed for the public , young and old , to enjoy .
Mothers now can both take their children to play on the jungle gym and then take their wards to witness real wild animals dig , play , court and copulate .Youngsters can experience first hand "nature red in beak and claw" as a hungry Red Tailed Hawk occasionally snags and gorges on some incautious rodent . They can also watch rats go about finding and consuming their daily sustenance , society's discarded left-overs .
Located right next to the fence on avenue A the Rat Farm is readily accessible to working folks on their way to and from work . Oldsters and the lame too , on a cane or in a wheel chair , can easily witness nature resplendent , wending its inevitable course , without having to endure a nuisance trek through some too challenging natural obstacle course.
It Was a Chill September Wind That Blew at Midnight Down Avenue A .The Rats Supped and Waxed Frisky
Wednesday, September 09, 2009
Monday, September 07, 2009
Tompkins Square Park at Closing Time Sunday Night
Sunday Afternoon at "Howl" in Tompkins Square Park
Saturday Night at "Howl" in Tompkins Square Park
Sunday, September 06, 2009
Saturday Afternoon at "Howl" in Tompkins Square Park
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