Central Park in Spring

Over the weekend, I realized I hadn’t been to Central Park since February. That’s a long time for me.

And it is most definitely Springtime in the park. What’s not to love about Central Park in Spring?

I was only around the southern part of the Park, just avoiding going up to the Sheep Meadow and the Great Lawn. They may not be open yet, simply to give the grass a chance to grow and get anchored in for the hordes of New Yorkers later in the season.

But, as you can tell, this part of the park is nicely wooded and has a lot of schist outcrops.  That’s the rock on which all of the skyscapers are are set. 

And, as I love to point out, even with all the trees, there is a rather unsubtle reminder that you are in NYC.


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