Posts Tagged ‘New York City Metro’


I know, I know, it’s just soooooo New York! BUT hey Central Park IS New York AND it is a treasure trove for a photographer!  The wildlife alone provides numerous opportunities to capture the habits and habitats of the wild things that inhabit its 843 acres right smack in the middle of New York City.  Of course the animals, birds and flora are only one area of interest to the man with the camera;  There are playgrounds where the City kids can be found frolicking,  the Children’s Zoo, or the Carousel.  Or the tennis courts, basketball courts, roller skating area, bike paths, walking trails, bridle paths and baseball fields where one can snap photos of urban athletes.  There are dozens of statues of iconic figures, an Obelisk which is the oldest public monument in North America, Belvidere Castle, Bethesda Fountain (where you can always find street performers) and the Great Lawn and Strawberry Fields.  NEED I SAY MORE?

Central Park, Murray Head, bubbles,stone arch

Bubble Floating Thru the Archway


photo by Murray Head

Big bubbles, Central Park, rainbow prism,

The Big Bubble

photo by Murray Head

autumn, fall foliage, Central Park, stone bridge

Stone Bridge in Central Park

photo by Murray Head

Central Park

Painter in the Park

photo by Murray Head


Central Park, The great lawn,

Do NOT Mess With Me

photo by Murray Head


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I JUST had to share this article with you.  True to form, the Village Voice consistently features well-written, sometime tongue in cheek, clever articles.  I just LOVE IT and I heart New York!

50 Reasons to Be Pretty Damn Euphoric You Live in New York City – New York News – Runnin’ Scared.

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