Ahhh… spring has finally taken hold in New York, and the city is showing off that extra dash of color that seems to put everyone in a good mood. Well, maybe not everyone, but at least the ones that can’t walk by a beautiful flower and release a small smile. We made a few trips up and down the town to capture some special spots in full bloom before the heat and humidity overtake the city and take our pretty flowers away. Here are a few photos of our lush adventures at the High Line, Conservatory Garden in Central Park, and Clinton Community Garden.
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