As Spring progressed, I had a shoot in Central Park for a new web series. At the conclusion of that shoot, it was a beautiful day out, so I decided to unwind with a long walk through the park with my camera. I started up at the northeast corner of the park, and worked my way through a bunch of the highlights. Here is the first part of that shoot.
Harlem Meer in the sunshine.
Not enough leaves for shade yet.
The dry dock of the meer.
The french garden of the Conservatory Garden.
I always like this view in the Conservatory Garden.
The Italian section of the garden.
The English section of the garden.
Always a nice shady spot.
It changes quite a bit when you do horizontal instead of vertical.
I always love working on this image.
One of my favorite bridge designs in the park.
Some cherry blossoms along the reservoir.
Reading under the blossoms.
Looking toward the Delacorte from the Shakespeare Garden.
The path into the Shakespeare Garden.
The sun dances in the garden.
So many tulips.
Tulip close up.
Look at the details.
So much color!
These look interesting. Bluebells?
Little Shop of Horrors invaded the garden.
Very British looking.
The house in the garden.
I love this fence and stair woodwork.
The lesser travelled staircase.
The porch of the house in the garden.
Next week: The remainder of the walk through the park as it blooms.