|"Someone to Watch Over Me" - Alice in Wonderland|
Here's the park. The few pictures here and this link to a Facebook photo album doesn't crack the surface of this lush jewel.
God bless, Frederick Law Olmsted, Calvert Vaux and their Greensward Plan.
The old park shots were taken by my Dad, Robert Pryor, with his Yaschica 44 camera back in the early 1960s.
ps last night with the wet, frigid wind smacking me in the face, my fingers were hopelessly cold and my wet gloves were useless, I literally stuck my hands inside the back of my dungarees to get warmth and shocked my ass apples.
pss oh, forgot to tell you, I also tripped over the stairs hidden by the rising snow at the Alice statue. My camera left my hand, went up in the air and I caught it coming down like a great slipped soap catch in the shower, you know the kind of catch you feel bad no one was there to see you do it. Catches like that deserve an audience.
My framed photographs are on display at the Yorkville Creperie through the end of the year. Please drop by and see them when you can.
hosted by Yorkville Creperie @ 1586 York Avenue
|"There's a Kind of Hush" - Bethesda Fountain|
|"Baby's its Cold Outside" looking down on the Mall|
|Sheep Meadow walk|
|Mom playing ball? Not really|
|Dad's 26 inch Raleigh English tour bicycle - (I couldn't wait to grow high enough to ride it)|
|Umbrella at Bethesda|
|Laying Everybody Low|
|Bird Meeting at the Fountain|
|South end of Central Park Lake|
|My favorite tree looking down on Sailboat Lake|
|Get a Room!|