Brexit, the Economy, and World Peace Deliberations on a NoLita Street Corner

Hearts in NoLita
Hearts in NoLita
 When Manhattan, the world's ultimate canvas, and dear friends from the Old Continent come together, every minute counts. The anticipation and urgency to be on time accented my self-reproach for switching to the E train at Jamaica instead of riding the LIRR all the way to Penn Station. Who knew this line had so many local stops along Queens and as many in Manhattan?

Tales of Summer, Characters, Shapes, Textures, Colors: Part 2 - Unraveling Elusive Webs

unraveling spider webs
I have an aversion to anything that is smaller than my thumb, has more than two legs, and creeps, crawls, flies, or jumps—especially in an upside down position.
Ok, I'll come clean, fear is the appropriate word.
Thus, spiders top my list of dreaded creatures.

They use their "more than two legs" in ways that confirm any associated mystery or myth.
So, why am I up at sunrise on those muggy and foggy Spring and Summer days, camera hanging around my neck, bending over the garden or park bushes, seeking my nemesis?