Daffodils (very fancy ones) and people in the park.
Modern sculpture installations in the park, overlooked from a distance by much older figures over at the upper left. It's also interesting how ubiquitous the advertising is. Not only is the U-Haul truck covered in ads, but the city bus is a hybrid-electric rolling billboard. It takes a park, or the ornate facade of an older city building, to be ad-free.
I've been working a lot at Steep Rock Preserve this month, looking for pictures to make the third installment of my "Four Seasons at Steep Rock" (working title, may change) set of platinum/palladium print folios of 12 prints each. But Sunday morning in a light rain the intense greens of the new foliage begged for color pictures as well. I kept switching the camera I was using from the custom mode I've set up for shooting pictures intended for monochrome and set in 2:3 aspect ratio, to my usual 4:3 proportion color capture modes. Copy shots of the first two folios can be seen at the Online Galleries page of my website.
White Memorial Conservation Center, 5/17/18. There was little damage from the storms that wreaked havoc all over the area Tuesday night. The flowering trees are near the end of their run but everything else is finally beginning to leaf out.
This corner is directly across from the entrance to a Home Depot. Every morning men—who all appear to be hispanic, congregate and wait for contractors in crew cab pickups to collect some of them for day labor.