Reviewed: Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

From the notoriously hungry caterpillar to the lit up firefly, from the ten itinerant rubber duckies to the large brown bear – watch these characters, immortalized by Eric Carle in his much loved toddler books, come to life in Very Hungry Caterpillar Show. The show, which is currently running in New York, is the narration of 4 Eric Carle’s books with the help of large … Continue reading Reviewed: Very Hungry Caterpillar Show

A peek into winter

After tentatively skirting at the edges, winter is now finally here in New York, and making its presence felt! And the leaves, which were steadfast in their greenery¬† are rapidly turning into warmer hues and heaping into the ground in delightful piles of yellow and orange. Even though winter gets tiring at the tail end of its long stretch, presently I am looking forward to … Continue reading A peek into winter

Visiting the Harlem Meer and northern Central Park

It’s not the side of the Park that you will see in the movies or in the tour guides. It is also not the area where you would see brides being photographed for the customary New York wedding photography, much to the amusement and delight of the onlookers. Such a slice of Central Park exists and its charming and unassuming if not glamorous and over-photographed. … Continue reading Visiting the Harlem Meer and northern Central Park

Fall colors in Hudson River Valley

Currently our little toddler is front and center in our lives. I immediately thought of her for this week’s WordPress weekly photo challenge – One Love, as she represents an all encompassing and all engulfing love. I wish that she grows to have curiosity, inquisitiveness, a sense of adventure and a respect for nature and all cultures and above all a strong wanderlust. In this … Continue reading Fall colors in Hudson River Valley