I went back on Tuesday and discovered that my parking karma does not just work on parking cars.
I am not a patient person. I don't like waiting in a line for anything, especially if the line is over a mile long. It was a beautiful day in the park and nothing would have me standing in the same place all day when there is so much to see. I noticed a huge line snaking from the fountain to the Boathouse. I did not think all of New York got hungry at the same time, so I asked someone in the line what was going on.
Seems the artists were going to be giving autographs. Now, I am not an autograph person, but my curiosity was piqued. I figured since I was not going to get an autograph, I'd just walk to the front and see if they may have set up a table or
something outside. It really was a beautiful day. At the head of the line were
some trailers. I decided to walk by them, not seeing the artists at all.
The door swung open and both of them came out!
I had the camera up as fast as I could. In the first photo, you can barely see her hair, but he's standing there next to her with an open coat and white shirt. Then, as they moved toward me (!). I thanked them and said it was beautiful. I'd never be a paparazzi. I like eye contact too much. She smiled. I got her picture. He'd moved behind her. Then, in an instant, they were in the boathouse.