How about that? Wonderful!
I'm glad the garden was restored to its former glory. I need to see it some day.
An interesting history. I would love to see it. Thanks for the photo.And who lives in that tree? Someone does, surely.I love the building. It really is a wonderful shot.
What a great old tree.
The lighting and the tree are fantastic. But I'll confess to having flashbacks to the other day, and boobs came to mind. wv:troel. Only a troel would look at a beautifully shaped, unusual tree and think about body parts.
that's a good old treeand the buildings are lovely
So that's where the gnomes live.
That is so cool looking! The history is cool too. When people come together to restore something back to it's intended beauty. We did not devote enough time to the park when we were visiting NY, next time we will.
Beautiful old tree. Wonder what causes all those knobs? See you in an hour or so!
Lots of faces hidden in that tree. Beautiful!
holey bird hole Batman!
I would have liked to read a bit more about that tree but the fact that the garden is all plants from anything Shakespeare is very interesting indeed!
It is amazing how much beautiful nature there is in NY City. One wouldn't think so at first...Lindsey Petersen
OKYou are REALLY making ol' «Louis» work for it!He hasn't found it yet...He'll be back for another look later...
You continually surprise me with stuff I had not heard about...Central Park is full of surprises. What a gorgeous place. And I think it's nice that they have provided a knobby tree for those of use with knobby knees!Have thyself a great week!
LOVE it!!The old building behind....awesome.
I took one when it loaded and thought, "Knobby"! Great minds . :)V
I love knobby old trees, and moss covered old stone buildings...
I love old trees like that. Very appealing shot.
And look at that stone work!
Looks more like something out of one of Shakespeare's plays if you ask me. I'd love to see that thing in the dark.