US Open 2012, Part I

 

Yes, ladies and gentleman, it’s tennis time.  Are you ready?  Now that the French Open, Wimbledon, and Olympics are over,… it’s now time for the U.S. to shine.  Where all the talented tennis players come to my back yard here in Flushing Meadows – Corona Park and play some tennis..

 

 

Being that I just finished writing an article for another website, I have to turn this website on auto-pilot and let the pictures do the talking…

Enjoy!!

 

US Open Gardens..

 

After running to the stadium..

 

 

 

Exactly..

 

 

 

 

Always reminded of who we are…

 

 

Getting ready… Prelims..

 

 

“Why is this night different from all other nights?” one reads from the Passover Haggada.. Well, for starters.. Arthur Ashe stadium isn’t usually lit up this bright during the rest of the year!

 

You’ve been warned..

 

 

 

 

What do pilots and tennis players have in common?  We both have the world in our backyard.., right Karlene?

 

 

 

Good night everyone from Flushing Meadows – Corona Park and New York City … more to come as we are broadcasting live from the US Open.

 

More to come… So Stay tuned..

 

 

Flushing Park

Flushing Meadows – Corona Park, yet another place I call home. This 1,255 acre property contains the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, CitiField – home to the NY Mets, the NY Hall of Science. The list goes on. It was also the site of the 1964/65 NY World’s Fair and if you’ve seen the motion picture, “Men In Black” this place should look all too familiar. Most of all this park is home to my wingflex.

You will catch me throughout the week either walking, running,  and jogging along the waters of its lake starring at the sky spotting the inbound 31 expressway visuals into LaGuardia. All of this right in my own back yard…

Please sit back, relax, and let the photos do the talking.

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Sunset from last night

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The sun always sets for Brasil..

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Only seven more weeks until tennis stars and fans will pack Authur Ashe Memorial Stadium for the U.S. Open

jeremy