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Dream Sputters - Bow Bridge Central Park Winter- By Vivienne Gucwa
In the silent stillness of winter the world stops rotating temporarily.
All sound, speech and thought is muffled as the earth slumbers briefly under a blanket of freshly fallen snow.
In each snowflake rest the hopes and dreams of all who have ever felt the warmth of an anticipatory heart-flutter: dream-sputters that wrap the earth in the weight of their desires.
Built between 1859 and 1862, Bow Bridge is one of Central Park’s most iconic structures. Taken during a snowstorm in Central Park, New York City, the bridge is covered by a beautiful layer of freshly fallen snow and is surrounded by snow laden trees.