Monday, March 12, 2018

Bloomingdale Park with White Bicycle Fence Art Installation featured in the Sunday Washington Post Magazine "Second Glance" (Pg 43) by neighbor Tom Noll

From: JAUC TPPP
Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 3:30 PM
Subject: Bloomingdale Park with White Bicycle Fence Art Installation featured in the Sunday Washington Post Magazine "Second Glance" (Pg 43) by neighbor Tom Noll
Importance: High

Glad to see and share Our Bloomingdale Park with White Bicycle Fence Art Installation featured in the Sunday - Washington Post Magazine "Second Glance" (Pg 43) by neighbor Tom Noll -decorated for Cancer Awareness Month (October in 2016)!
         
and also                        

Happy St Patrick's Day from your neighbor- sculptor, artist & children's book writer Tom Noll and his decorated White Bicycle Fence Art Installation at the pocket Park at Heart of Bloomingdale - corners of Rhode Island Ave,  First St & T St NW - (pics attached) Oh what Fun & Joy!
       
Drink Responsibly & Designate a Sober Driver ahead of time or take public transportation/Uber/Lyft! Enjoy!

From Wash Post Magazine                                                                      

·       Original photo by Washington Post reader William J. Hardy; flamingos and bicycles at First Street and Rhode Island Avenue, NW in Bloomingdale -  2016.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/magazine/second-glance-march-11-2018/2018/02/12/14d9c4de-1042-11e8-9065-e55346f6de81_graphic.html?utm_term=.6b14038cb273


And see this comment from a neighborhood resident who spotted this Washington Post Magazine article with Bloomingdale's 1st & T Street NW park:

The Park in Bloomingdale at First Street and Rhode Island, Ave., NW is the "featured" Second Glance puzzle in this past week's edition of the Washington Post Magazine.

I occasionally "solve" these puzzles and was tickled pink to see Tom's  Easter parade as "the puzzle."  


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