Well, some of them anyway. I have been doing several walk throughs of areas of Central Park I don’t normally visit. I started up by Cathedral Pkwy (110th St) on the Northwest corner of the park. It’s very hilly up there, so if you are planning to start on the Northeast side or closer to the middle of the park, I suggest walking along 110th St instead of through the park.
Around the pool you will find many nice places to sit courtesy of many normal park benches as well as several specially made ones that match the bridges seen above.
From there I headed south and eventually reached the Reservoir – a favorite place for joggers.
South of the reservoir leads you back over by the Delacorte and into the Ramble, which I have covered in an earlier post, so we shall leave you with a few images of just south of the reservoir.
Next week: I don’t normally show pics of people on here, even though I have been doing photography for friends for headshots, engagements, and other events/uses. So the next entry will be some candids of people around NYC (not from the above mentioned projects, just random moments I saw while walking around that involve people).