Bronx zoo|Nature Escape|New York city

It’s been several years that I wanted to escape into the lap of nature. There have been dreams that I even slept in some forests around the world. With the closest to all my sweethearts. To all the sweetheart creatures in the world.

The Bronx was not even closest to my nature dreams. it was well enough for my hungry nature-minded mind. I’m happy that I haven’t seen any animals with suffocating cages. Believe it or not, I used to be sad inside my mind for one those lions in a zoo(when I was young). Growing up I haven’t lost a bit of it. Compassion, love whatever madness the normal people call it. I’m a Tralfamodorian living in a Tralfamodore world. Sometimes I’m like Billy Pilgrim(one of the characters of Kurt Vonnegut in Slaughterhouse-Five).

Congo Gorilla Forest
I’m helpless  🙁

Look who is with me? The above post is for all the celibate peacocks that are especially found in India.

Flamingos

See from here onwards the above birds which are flamingos will be called flamis by me. They give me a silent promise that one day these non-migratory birds will come with me to travel around the world.

There is a lot to post. But this won’t be enough to post all my Tralfamodorian literature.

 

 

Follow me to the Times Square,NYC

Exchange Place

We started from here by light rail. Got down at Exchange Place. Enjoyed the amazing view of world trade center from there. It was scorching hot. That’s the thing I hate.

On the way, we got down at Washington Square Park in NYC. It was so nice to relax in mid of this beautiful greenery.

This is what happens when two beautiful peoples pose for the camera.

Washington Square Park

 

Washington Square Park (Drinking water)
Times Square

Times Square is one of the most crowded places in the entire United States. Even though it’s crowded I like to walk through all those peoples coming from different races, culture. We can see peoples who are covered in body tattoos and nobody even seem to bother.

World science festival which was conducted in Times Square. It was an awareness of the global warming.

When the city is this crowded, sigh  😀

And the day comes to an end  😛

PS- we had a sumptuous Thai food after this. 😀