Tuesday, September 19, 2017


 While waiting for the cross town bus
East 72nd Street off Third Avenue
Two Cherubs
+ One Cherub
The facade
(next time I'll research this building)

On the Bus
with her person

Entering Central Park
Living Statue "Ballerinamime"
She has been working as a professional Ballerina living statue for over eight years.
(40 seconds)

The Boathouse Lake
where model boats are sailed
Friends  Rest
discuss their "Selfie" shot
Folks enjoy the day

The Bubble Man

Stephen Dncan

Naumberg Bandshell Central Park

 Great band "Suburban Sensi" Rocked
The Vigil 4 Peace and Ecology
(16th Year)
Spent most of my time there dancing, so photos are few.

Parrots for Peace
were working by perching on willing ones for photographs
Gloria Waslyn has been a successful career counselor, a long-time peace advocate, and a professional photographer; but her most important priority is to provide a comfortable and healthy living environment for her parrots who promote messages of peace. Indeed, campaigning for peace and the environment have been at the top of both Gloria’s and her parrot’s to-do list for nearly 20 years. The Parrots for Peace are the primary reason why she moved to the Woodstock area. Waslyn pursued this move from NYC seven years ago, and she and the birds now live in a house in which they feel safe and secure. They are also working towards the next steps in promoting peace, effecting equanimity with spirits as light as a feather, strong as a Buddhist mantra. The family’s origins began at the Urban Bird parrot store in SoHo 18 years ago, where Gloria chanced upon a female parrot who was then three months old, and immediately, she knew their paths had crossed for a reason. Waslyn promised the parrot that “I’d give her the best life I could so she could do the work she crossed my path to do: together, we would work to educate people that we are all inter-connected.” Waslyn named her Merlin, because she could “make the best kind of magic… to make children smile.”

Peace Performers

It's been a long day...

a very, very long day for all.

A child joins the last solo dance...
under a stunning sky.
In the finale we formed a huge Flag Circle--each took a flag--(I got Nambia)--each announced her/his Country and we circled waving through  
the band delivering a sing along "Give Peace a Chance". 

PS. the same child had to be convinced over and over that flags were not for attacking others, digging holes in cement or pole vaulting.


Sun sinking fast, we depart...Visited the drum circle but my camera battery had died so...

Take home 
(Recharged battery)
"Peacelights", Pin oak leaves and 'butter-n-eggs, "Rooted in Peace"

"Rooted in Peace"



Liz A said...

"Change begins within ... the world is as you are"

May we all be(come) our best selves.


Mo Crow said...


Anonymous said...

love love love. art. artistry. streetlife. clouds. passion. the eye of an activist and artist (you!). thank you for this.

alsokaizen said...

I am enamored of the bubble man thank you for sharing this