sunday in the park


This old tree is in Riverside Park just as you enter at 79th Street
I took this after it snowed just before Christmas.

32 comments:

  1. Wow.. that's a beautiful low-sweeping branch. Sweeping Beauty. ;)

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  2. Beautiful, and so quiet and peaceful feeling that it almost (almost) makes me miss snow.

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  3. I can see paths starting to form in the snow underneath the tree-or were they there before?

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  4. as the twig is bent so grows the tree. You captured it beautifully.

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  5. That is one determined tree...a true New Yawker;)

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  6. Daryl, is it YOU, or my EYES that are playing tricks on me??? This isn't a color picture, is it, and yet I swear I see muted greens and browns. Perhaps I've finally lost my mind.

    In any case, I love the shot. Oh and...

    I love you, too. :-)

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  7. I bow to the god of snow.

    Love the effect of the snow on your blog while looking at a picture of snow - makes me feel like I'm looking out of a window.

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  8. It looks like an arched entranceway into a winter wonderland. Gorgeous.

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  9. you could tie a hammock up to that lovely tree :) of course in the Spring/Summer not the dead of Winter ^..^
    have a lovely afternoon. it's raining here...rained all night.

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  10. I love snow covered trees. Pretty shot!

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  11. It's beautiful. I'm always transfixed by the snow here, and when it lies on branches like this, it's really pretty. Am still waiting for a real snow storm though, this winter has been disappointing.
    Bella :)

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  12. Oh wow, that is amazing. I want to see it ?

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  13. I'm saying gruyere at that photo of you with your new camera! Thinking of you!!

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  14. Beautiful but your snowy weather makes me shiver !!!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  15. Say Gruyere? I LOVE that! :)

    I agree with the comment that said the snow effect on your blog coupled with the snow in the pic is like looking out a window. I like the way this picture makes me feel a little lonely, but also a little warm inside...if I were to put music to this picture, it would be "Our Winter Love" by Bill Pursell. Perfect for this picture, in my opinion. :)

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  16. Beautiful winter scene. Looks like an etching.

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  17. The image almost looks monochrome.
    Very nice!
    But brrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!!!!!!!!

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  18. Is it always bent like that? SUrely the snow didn't do it.
    V

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  19. Marvelous! Puts a face on the expression "bend but don't break". Love it a lot!

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  20. Beautiful!

    I'm voting for Sea Shanty. You?

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  21. I love trees that decided not to grow straight up.

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  22. This picture is beautiful Daryl. What a heavy load of snow for that beautiful branch to hold, and yet it does so eloquently =)

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  23. It could almost make me wish I lived in a more wintry land.

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