Two Weeks on the Rooftop

I’m combining the pictures I took last week with the pictures I took this week. Separately, they’re so similar. They really need to be side by side.

And even then, I’m not sure I can tell much difference between the two weeks on the not a maple tree. (Last week is first.)



On the maple tree, there’s a significant difference in the size of the helicopter seeds from one week to the next. See how big and floppy the leaves looked last week.




And then, this week, the leaves look smaller.



(It was very windy. You can see the difference, right? It was so obvious to me but the pictures might not show it as well as I thought…)

The neighbors still have some plants on our roof. Okay, all their plants. The lockdown happened before they could finish setting up their own roof (at least it’s fixed so they won’t have any leaks). They got their table back at least so it feels a whole lot more spacious up there now. I’ve been taking pictures of their plants and I think this may be strawberries?


We should get some of those ourselves…

There’s a tree a little further down my street that’s starting to fill our with leaves quite nicely. It’s at that stage where you can still see the trunk/branch structure.


Oh, and remember when I said you could see just the side of the Empire State building from our roof? I moved just one roof over and got this picture.


Toldja! (One more roof and I think I could get the whole thing.)

Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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