Central Park in Bloom 2016, part 2

Following last weeks entry. Here are all of the flowers and trees in bloom in Central Park south of the Delacorte Theatre. The sun was getting lower so the light started to dance in various areas.

Entering the Ramble from the north.

Entering the Ramble from the north.

The rowboats are out.

The rowboats are out.

This landing is new and very scenic.

This landing is new and very scenic.

My favorite arch in the Ramble.

My favorite arch in the Ramble.

The sun has come to play (and a difficult area to get shots with minimal people in the way).

The sun has come to play (and a difficult area to get shots with minimal people in the way).

A man and his dog.

A man and his dog.

The way to Narnia.

The way to Narnia.

The shadows bring out the drama of the shot.

The shadows bring out the drama of the shot.

Looking out on the lake.

Looking out on the lake.

Crossing the bridge over the lake.

Crossing the bridge over the lake.

Boats in the shimmering water.

Boats in the shimmering water.

Approaching Bethesda Fountain/Terrace.

Approaching Bethesda Fountain/Terrace.

Looking out on the lake through the trees.

Looking out on the lake through the trees.

Under the street, looking out at the terrace (and of course there is a photo shoot going on here).

Under the street, looking out at the terrace (and of course there is a photo shoot going on here).

Walking down the mall.

Walking down the mall.

The Gapstow.

The Gapstow.

The tree covered path by the Gapstow.

The tree covered path by the Gapstow.

The sun sets by the Gapstow.

The sun sets by the Gapstow.

This took forever to get with a minimal of people in it (and then the sun set).

This took forever to get with a minimal of people in it (and then the sun set).

Next week: A trip to the Little Red Lighthouse (and inside it!).

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel T5i with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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