[This picture was taken February 28 around 1:15PM from the opposite angle of the January photo.]
My immediate reaction was that you can already see more branches growing on the barren trees in such a short amount of time! It could also be an effect of the abnormal mild winter NYC has seen. Since October, there has been one or two snow days only. In addition, I can assume the average temperature has been in the 30s/40s (as compared to 10s/20s during this time of year.)
I find it to be such an amazing and beautiful thing to see the evolution of nature and how quickly it can change..
Partying for a good cause? Sign me up! Mark your calenders for Saturday, December 11, as the Asperger’s Awareness Council of the NYU Child Study Center celebrates their 2nd annual event to raise money for young children with Asperger’s Syndrome.
Asperger’s Syndrome is a functioning autism spectrum disorder, which is characterized by different levels of impairment of communicative skills, learning advances and behaviors. Individuals involved with the organization are using money donated to help these children and their families who may have limited resources for getting more aid for their children.
This event is being held at the beautiful Chelsea Art Museum, (556 W. 22nd Street), and will feature amazing music, raffles, a silent auction among other great surprises.