April Fools’ Day?
I waited to post this one the day after, just the way my son refused to be born on April 1st and stayed in the womb until 15 minutes into April 2nd… Some would say my son dodged a bullet, a lifetime of ridicule, or whatever. I always thought it was his first really good decision… 🙂
So, I’m never sure if it’s “April Fools” “April Fool’s” or “April Fools'” as I’ve titled this post. Is it a day for ALL fools, or just one particular fool? Do the fools own the day and require an apostrophe, or is it just pluralized for a multi-foolish non-holiday? All this lack of clarity makes it unclear where to place the possessive and arrange the apostrophe. We know that punctuation matters, as was so creepily proven by the old “Let’s eat grandma!” lesson we learned a while back…
Anyway, this post is another photograph I took in New York City this week — the Empire State Building, street art, and flags over Fifth Avenue.
And here’s a 3×3 gallery of my edits and variations on this image, just for fun:
Camera: iPhone 11pro
Editing: Hipstamatic app
Photographer: Russ Murray aka remages
Location: Fifth Ave & 28th Street, NYC (looking north)
See you tomorrow…