The flowers at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, downtown on Greene Street, were so beautiful at Easter. They are especially noticeable against the muted tones of the stone wall and cement archway. Not only did Holy Trinity decorate the sanctuary, they had this display of a cross holding flowers at the entrance. Perhaps people who attended the service contributed flowers.
Sometimes it is nice to drive around town exploring what remains when big, elaborate events conclude. The above photo was taken at that very moment when Easter service concluded and the congregation had completely dispersed. Indeed, basking in the peace, solitude, and stillness of that which remains can be downright heavenly. The energy of the day could be felt, long after the crowd dissipated.
For our Christian readers, we hope the rest of Eastertide is as meaningful as Easter Sunday. Enjoy your day, dear readers.