I knew Central Park was special. I’ve seen the movies. Heard the stories. But seeing it up close and personal in a city like NYC is a breath of fresh air.
When we arrived at the park, we were confronted by this nice guy. In broken English, he invited us to discover the park on his bike tour. This dread-locked kid could have just as easily could have been from Austin — so we said yes.
And jumped in the buggy.
The greens were gorgeous. In the earth …
and on the architecture. Speaking of architecture …
The details here.
And the time it took to construct this kind of wall.
Even the imperfections seemed beautiful.
To learn more about the park, click here to see the interactive website.