dievca is off of the electric scooter (borrowed from a friend),
back on to her bike (hills are tough),
walking upstairs (not down),
and moving more freely.
Not quite – unless its in her water aerobics class.
How are you doing?
In Vacation Mode:
Flight leaves in about 48 hours.
dievca’s rosé wine is honoring or cribbing the Bleeding Hearts Love Wall, NYC
Photo: NYC Midtown 04/2015
And dievca’s favorite version of Singing in the Rain featuring Kurt Browning!
Completely appropriate for traveling to the Beach this weekend!
Photo: dievca Chelsea Sidewalk NYC 3/2022
Not quite sure what the graffiti is depicting – but its adorning a Midtown West abandoned building.
Photo: dievca NYC Midtown West 02/2022
Photo: dievca, NYC Chelsea Graffiti 11/2021
The Chalk Murals are up and running at FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology).
A piece of Joy to see on the walk home from reselling clothing.
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The Altos dos Moinos Lisbon metro stop is on the Blue Line. The station opened to the public in 1988 and is designed by architect Ezequiel Nicolau with the plastic interventions of the painter Julio Pomar.
Using graffiti as an artistic expression, Júlio Pomar honored four figures of Portuguese letters;
Camões, Bocage, Pessoa, and Almada.
The work of a year of drawing resulted in the plastic animation of the station’s walls and an exhibition organized by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation’s Center for Modern Art in 1984 entitled “1 Year of Drawing, 4 Poets in the Lisbon Metropolitan”.
João Castel-Branco Pereira, in his work “Arte-Metropolitano de Lisboa”, describes the emphasis the painter wanted to impress on each poet and the iconography he used; Camões “warrior and gallant, memories of a poetically fictional homeland history, in duels, medieval, etc.
Photos: dievca, Lisbon Portugal 08/2019
dievca returned a $1000 item, only to spend $500…
but, that is the danger of visiting SoHo~