Central Park in Snow: a Gift!

Certainly a gift for me and good ol’ iPhone 6 walking around Central Park for a couple of hours  yesterday after the snow. Not a lot of snow, maybe 10 inches or so, but enough to on bring the beauty of winter. These snaps are one result, and they’re my gift to you.

Looking down onto Bethesda Fountain minus the usual crowds but nonetheless a source of delight for those who positioned themselves so perfectly for my snap.

The remarkable tree at the top of Naturalists Gate at Central Park West and 77th Street.

Four elves cleverly disguised as…what? I’m still not sure, but they are cute.

Back to Bethesda Fountain, this time it’s my shadow selfie moment.

The Pond with Bow Bridge in the background. Yes, I’ve several thousand more snaps of this bridge.

Same pond as above.

  And, yes, the same pond.

President Lincoln outside the New-York Historical Society.

And sometimes just looking down is reason enough to look down.

Published in: on December 18, 2020 at 5:33 pm  Comments (15)  

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  1. Carole Mehlman

    5:57 PM (22 minutes ago)
    You are so lucky to be able to maneuver through the snow. I used to run to the botanic gardens I liked the pond the best.


  2. Kurt B

    6:00 PM (19 minutes ago)
    Very nice series. I like the wide landscape format.I tried to comment on the blog but WordPress makes it painfully hard. Regards Kurt


  3. Joanna B

    Richard! Thank you for the beautiful photos. Here’s to a beautiful winter during this complex time. See you on Wednesday. Warmest good wishes. Joanna


  4. Norma

    Beautiful photos!


  5. A wonderful gift. Thank you and all the best in the new year.

    Bill K


  6. Annie A:
    Wunderbar!! Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Feliz Vaccination and Happy New Year


  7. carole g
    Amazing! So beautiful to get to see the park like this. Thanks for sending. Carole


  8. June H
    Wonderful snow shots, Richard! Thanks for them and for the holiday greeting card to Jim and me.


  9. ninak:
    lovely to see all these!


  10. Very wonderful set of pictures … I felt I was walking the walk in the snow with you … I have been there before and feel homesick for the city .


  11. That last comment was from me – jeanne of the Lanes


  12. Jeanne (Patenaude) of the Lanes


  13. barbara s:
    Very nice photos!!!


  14. From Alison: Beautiful!


  15. Oleg F:

    It is not that we can compete with grandeur of the Capital of the world, but with the proper shoes even in Brooklyn a chance encounter with one or two good snow-people is possible :}


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