I spent a few days in New York recently, and took a walk through Central Park. It’s so amazing to have this immense green space in the heart of such a large city. What I also love about it is the many smaller spots within the park, some of them bucolic and others bustling.
This is one of those places where I often think I’ve seen some of the views before in movies – probably because I have. The fall weather was perfect for walking.
I took a lot of pictures of trees. This big beech has endured some carving.
There are many ginkgo trees in the park, and they were resplendent – almost an electric gold.
The Japanese anemones were still in bloom, although they took a back seat to the spectacular fall foliage.
I am always struck by how much green space there is in this densely-populated city, and how people get out into it. This is a great urban treasure, worth repeat visits. There is always something new to discover.
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