Tag Archives: Central Park South

HANSON CAB on Central Park South

Tourists call it a Horse and Buggy……….but anyone can have a ride for $45.

He shares his feed bucket with the pigeons.

45 PHOTOS of the Snowstorm in Central Park

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NYC HORSES are so confused!

 Yesterday it was 17 degrees in NYC.  Today it hit 62.  The horses are practically giddy with delight……….and so are New Yorkers.

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Walking across Central Park South………..on my way to the Plaza for lunch…….i photographed more than 50 “fillies”….and one or two piles of horse shit.

CENTRAL PARK in her Autumn Glory

A walk in the park……in Autumn………is a glorious experience.

Central Park South………in reflection.

Museum of Natural History with a view of my terrace in the distance.

The Eldorado Apartments………..

The Beresford Apartments……….home to Jerry Seinfeld and many Opera Stars.

These benches….designed in the 1930’s are awaiting Memorial Plaques.  You can purchase one for $7,500.

The “Allee” in the Conservatory Garden……..5th Avenue at 105th street.

The “reds” are not in abundance this year.

This old stone bridge is still used.

Classic  benches at the bandshell.

Bethesda Fountain basking in the Autumn sunlight.

Beethoven………..of course.

Wooden fences surround areas to be “re-seeded”.

What could be more relaxing than a float in a boat……. [if someone else does the rowing].

Nancy Yee……….

Two ducks in a row.

Molto Ginko

Stone steps at 99th street.

Rest….read…….contemplate……..or meditate.

Some of the damage from Hurricane Irene.

And someone who could cause some damage.

The pond at 100th street on the west side.

Photographers love the pond……….and it’s wildlife.

A young admirer of the Mallards.

Artists flock to the pond.

Lovers flock to this rock!

One of the prettiest knolls in the park.

One of the handsomest guitar players in the park.

More destruction from Hurricane Irene

Double Breasted Cormorant……waiting for a little fish or two.

Secret Garden Memorial Statue……Frances Hodgson Burnette.

Boy with flute…….

The pond  is filled with Water Lillies.

Is this not a georgous bird!

The Three Dancing Maidens in the Untermeyr Fountain…..

Heads in the hedges…all in a row.

And that was my walk in the park !