Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Snow Day @ Central Park

This is the Literary Walk, one of the most photographed paths in Central Park because of the straight line and surrounding trees on both sides. At the north end of the path is the Bethesda Fountain, another popular site.

So what is the most popular or well known site in your town?

22 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Probably the "lungomare" (seafront)...

Olivier said...

la carte postale de central-park sous la neige, c'est superbe
the postcard of Central-Park under snow, it is superb

Hilda said...

This looks so wonderful! But brrrrrr!

Lily Hydrangea said...

Wow! this is a beautiful shot Ming! I imagine all the roads are already quite clear in the city. Our side roads out in LI are still a mess as are many parking lots.

Lily Hydrangea said...

PS On Long Island as a whole,it would probably be any one of our amazing beaches.
but my town? I'm not sure we have one. sad, isn't it?
I should take a poll and see what others think of my town!

Ina J Offret said...

Living in Anchorage Alaska we have so much beauty surrounding us; mountains, glaciers, wildlife, forests, etc. I never tire of the views along the Seward Highway southbound along Turnagain Arm of the Cook Inlet...

Virginia said...

La neige!!! I thought I was in Paris. Gorgeous shot. Trés jolie!
V

Ann Marie said...

Beautiful! Right now in my city, photographers seem to be obsessed with shooting at an area down down on Morris Ave, near railroad tracks. Gives their photos that urban/grunge feel.

Piper said...

Our town's church ...

Is very nice, in the top of a little mountain and the name is Puig de Missa.

Is in Santa Eulalia (Ibiza-Spain).

april said...

Oh, you have so much snow. Here spring has arrived, the wild crocusses are blossoming but they say: winter will come back.

Anonymous said...

In Phoenix, Arizona the large saguaro cactus is a signature of the Southwest desert. Quite the opposite of the snow covered Northeast :O)

Paz said...

Wonderful photo.

Paz

marley said...

Just beautiful.

Jacob said...

Winter park. This, too, is a work of art and would look great on a large poster...

Babooshka said...

This is a pictre postcard. Gorgeous. Now let me think er, that would be the swing bridge. What else would th emost popular sight be.

Peter said...

Seems difficult to get rid of the snow this year! Nice for photos of course!

Do you really want me to answer your question ... for Paris? :-)

Ken Mac said...

wonderful shot. Classic..

Catz said...

Very beautiful shot! I can feel the fresh cold air!
In Vancouver the most photographed place would be Stanley Park I would think. Every one who comes to the city wants to head to the park http://vancouver.ca/parks/parks/stanley/

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this is a great winter scene. I love it!

Delena said...

We have a Saddlerock Mountain. It really does look like a saddle and looks especially awesome with a sunset in the background.

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful Ming. Thanks for sharing it...and more winter scenes from CP, please.

Doris

L.Shaw said...

oy...that is a gorgeous photo. Can you make me a print :-)