sunday in the park








 
This week its back to Central Park
on Cherry Hill
read about this by clicking the link
or
You can take a walk into the park at 72nd Street,
walk toward Strawberry Fields and bear to your right


And if you click on each of the photos, they will embiggen

21 comments:

  1. I thought the first one was a candelabra...then on to the second photo and realized it certainly was not!
    I am constantly amazed at the endless beauty found in NYC. I'm so glad that wasn't forgotten in the building of this most wonderful city. And you capture it so very well, Ms. Daryl.

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  2. Very elegant and pretty. Thanks for sharing. :-)

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  3. You can lead a horse to water, but don't let him drink...

    Beautiful historical spot.

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  4. What a beautiful fountain. At first I thought it was a lamp post ....until you opened up the full picture!

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  5. Love the sequence, from cropped version to full. I always enjoy your Sunday in the Park series.

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  6. Nothing is real... and nothing to get hung about...

    I don't know if this is the Strawberry Fields the boys were talking about, but it sure could be.

    Looks a bit chilly though.

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  7. Like Kate said, I like how you sequenced it. Very clever.

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  8. beautiful...once again...my kids are going to visit my sister after Christmas and will be going to see NYC! I'll have them say hello to you while they are there! Hello, Daryl!!!

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  9. I was there, this past summer, and was taken in by the beauty of the fountain and spent a lot of time just wandering around it and wondering. Your pictures are beautiful and I do appreciate the link to the history behind them. So much history in that park, it's amazing.

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  10. A great series of pictures of a very beautiful place. I bet it's gorgeous at night.

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  11. Those are all wonderful shots of the fountain. Gorgeous.

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  12. Great photos. I am enjoying them while sitting thru a torrential flood in Myrtle Beach.. maybe we should have gone to NYC instead.

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  13. I love this fountain.

    Very nice..

    Betty Ann ms hen

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  14. What a gorgeous place Central Park is... and I always love the tiny snowflakes coming down.

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  15. Oh I love that! And how nice were the days when that much effort went into a horse watering trough!

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