Central Park Landscape
At present, I’m about half way through reading Homocide: A Year on the Killing Streets by David Simon. I finished reading The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown a few weeks ago but I’m having a bit of trouble trying to pin down my exact reasons for disliking it. The reviews for both books should be complete and posted at some point in March.
I haven’t really shared any event or location photos in a while because we’ve had an especially cold winter in New York and I’ve been staying in as much as possible. However, I happened to be going through my folders and came across some pictures from a visit to Central Park that I never got around to sharing. It was a nice fall day and the leaves were just beginning to change colors. My favorites are probably the photos of various paths, though as a result of reading Homocide they kind of look like the types of places where crimes occur and victims are found. (I think Homocide might have done some psychological damage and scarred me for life.)
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir
Tags: Central Park, landscape, Manhattan, nature, New York City