Spring Cherry Blossoms Central Park
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New York City Autumn
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New York City Autumn Sunset
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Autumn - Central Park - Southeast Reservoir Bridge
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Central Park Winter - Snow at Bow Bridge - New York City
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New York Autumn - Central Park Rustic Bridge and Trees
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New York Autumn - Central Park - Poet's Walk - Dusk
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New York Autumn - Central Park Fall Foliage
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Central Park Autumn - New York City - After the Rain
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New York Autumn - Central Park's Bow Bridge with Fall Foliage
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New York - Autumn - Central Park - Carpet of Leaves
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Central Park Spring - Cherry Blossoms Along the Bridle Path
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New York Winter - Central Park Snow
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New York City Skyline - Chrysler Building and Skyscrapers- By Vivienne Gucwa Looking out over New York City from up high, the skyscrapers rise from the ground proudly as if they are marching towards the horizon where the city and the sky meet briefly and where steel dissolves into light. -- This particular cityscape features the skyscrapers of midtown Manhattan including the MetLife building and the Chrysler Building. To the right of the Chrysler Building is the 59th Street Bridge (also referred to as the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge) and beyond the skyscrapers in the foreground sits Central Park and midtown east. ---
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Autumn Light Through Trees - Central Park - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa
In autumn, sun drips down like melted gold on tree limbs decorated in the finest foliage.
The earth, chilled by the memory of winter, holds onto the sun’s light with hands outstretched as each ray slips through its fingers like fine sand.
As bitingly cool air brushes past flushed faces, every bit of sunlight clings to the earth like embers fallen from a powerful fire.
I love the brisk quality of light in the autumn especially in the evenings. It's as if the sun is trying to penetrate through past winter all the way forward into spring.
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New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa Growing up in Queens, a borough of New York City, I was surrounded by a general attitude of contempt and disgust regarding anything tourist related. My father who worked nights as a newspaper pressman in Manhattan hated going into Manhattan for anything other than work (his job was back-breaking) and my mother echoed the same jaded sentiment towards ‘touristy things’ in Manhattan as her other outer-borough friends. The ‘city’ (as many people still call it) was something to be proud to live in very close proximity to but anything too popular in the ‘city’ was the subject of eye-rolls. I grew up mimicking this sentiment; a sort of ‘been there, done that’ mentality. We would only ever go to things like Times Square and the Empire State Building when relatives or friends visited and there was a silent stoicism related to showing ‘the sights’ to ‘out-of-towners’. I always found this amusing. These sights that were derided as nothing more than trite spectacles were the same sights that my parents deemed worthy to spend time taking people to when people came to visit us. When I moved to Manhattan a decade ago, I carried this attitude with me. It wasn’t until I started taking photos that I fully opened my eyes (so to speak). Granted, I had always found beauty in the things many people passed over; architectural details on tops of buildings, the way that sunlight hit buildings at different times of the day. However, when I finally discarded the jadedness that permeated my early years I started realizing how utterly phenomenal and fascinating all those ‘touristy’ things are. It may have taken me many years to fully grasp why people come from all over the world to gaze lovingly at sights and architectural marvels like the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building but now that I know it’s hard not to gaze at these sights with anything but wonder. There is so much to be in awe of in this spectacular city. --- This is an early morning view from the top of the Empire State Building looking out over the huge variety of skyscrapers that populate the skyline of midtown. In the distance sits Central Park with the MetLife Building and Chrysler Building to the right and Bryant Park and Rockefeller Center towards the left and center. The Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge is to the right of the Chrysler Building in this view and Queens can be seen to the right of the bridge disappearing into the haze. ---
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Central Park - Autumn Trees and Leaves - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa
All I can think about at this point is anything and everything that has to do with autumn: piles of leaves to jump in, hot apple cider with cinnamon sticks, pumpkin in just about everything, cute scarves and socks, ducking into cozy places to warm up briefly before heading back out to enjoy the kiss of brisk autumn breezes.
Summer, we can always fall in love again next year.
For now, I have a huge crush on autumn.
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New York Autumn - Central Park - The Mall
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Blush Pink - Springtime Cherry Blossoms - Central Park- By Vivienne Gucwa Spring blushes bright pink against the pale white petals of trees that reach up towards the sky. And the sun showers each upturned petal with warm kisses. ---
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New York Autumn - Central Park Fall Colors - Bow Bridge
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Autumn - Central Park - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa
The graceful limbs of Autumn's trees cling to all of Summer's sunsets searing their leaves yellow, orange and red with the sun's heat.
With golden leaves stoked by the last of Summer's fleeting flame, Summer's fire extinguishes itself in a carpet of brilliantly colored embers on the ground below.
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The New York City Skyline from Above- By Vivienne Gucwa The sun dances slow with the skyscrapers of the New York City skyline in the summer as the clouds kiss the horizon and haze emanates from the collective heat of these intimate encounters. --- I love viewing the New York City skyline in late summer. While the visibility is often limited due to the haze, there is something really exquisite in the way that the foreground skyscrapers appear in this sort of view. This particular view is facing north. On the right side of the image, notable skyscrapers that can be seen are the Chrysler Building and the MetLife building (which stands over Grand Central Terminal). 30 Rock and Rockefeller Center can be seen straight ahead looking out over Central Park and the buildings that line Central Park West. On the left side of the image, a notable skyscraper that can be seen in this view is the Bank of America Tower (with the pointy tip) which stands next to the green MetLife building and overlooks Bryant Park. ---
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Sunset Over Central Park and the New York City Skyline- By Vivienne Gucwa When the sun stretches its fingers across the surface of the sky, it holds the city in the palm of its hand. And the sky and the impossible melt away if only for a moment. --- Taken from the Top of the Rock (which is located at the top of 30 Rockefeller Center) looking North over Central Park, the eastern part of Manhattan and the skyscrapers of midtown Manhattan. ---
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Saturday Afternoon in Central Park - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa Sometimes there are moments that are so beautiful that they leave imprints on your heart forever. Red umbrellas and parasols on row boats under the always romantic Bow Bridge in the summer in New York City's Central Park. ---
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Song of the Willows - The Lake - Central Park - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa When the summer sun has drifted low into the sky after every bit of earth has been soaked in its warm splendor, the trees hang their heads down in mournful remembrance of winter's impending icy touch. And the willows play a slow and deliberate adagio to accompany the last of summer's lovers on the sweetest sun-kissed wings of the wind. ---
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Kissed by the Sun - Summer - Central Park Conservatory Garden - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa Kissed by the sun, the day lingers long into the night. Earth devours every last bit of of light as trees sway with their graceful branches adorned by summer's heavy garlands. And the glow of daylight's promises basks in its transient longevity. ---
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Central Park From Above and the New York City Skyline- By Vivienne Gucwa When you look out above the New York City skyline in midtown Manhattan, it's incredible to observe just how much space Central Park occupies. On a hazy day, it is as if the rest of the city disappears into the haze, infinite in all its dense glory. This view is facing north, looking towards upper Manhattan. Central Park is 2.5 miles (4 km) long between 59th Street (Central Park South) and 110th Street (Central Park North), and is 0.5 miles (0.8 km) wide between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West. The park initially opened in 1857, on 843 acres of city-owned land. In 1858, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux won a design competition to improve and expand the park with a plan they entitled the Greensward Plan. Construction began the same year and was completed in 1873. The park, which receives approximately thirty-five million visitors annually, is the most visited urban park in the United States. A long time ago I read that the real estate value of Central Park was estimated to be around $528,000,000,000. But really, it's priceless in terms of the value it provides the residents of New York City and the many visitors that visit every year. ---
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Whisper - White Spring Blossoms - Central Park- By Vivienne Gucwa You exist, this I am sure of with only slightly wavering certainty that vibrates with nothing but the tiny memory of a breeze. You, a whisper in the night on lips that mouth your name swollen with hope. You, a whisper that launches forth dreams on the backs of my eyelids. And I exist too, this I am sure of with quivering certainty that holds steady in the presence of the strongest of wind gusts. I, the whisper your lips haven't yet come across. I, the branch that sways in the warm embrace of possibility. I, the whisper that dances delicately in the night ---
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Spring Blossoms Overlooking the Central Park Reservoir - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa On Spring mornings, the world hangs in sleepy stasis. Trees, adorned with blossoms as soft as winter's first snow, use their branches to gracefully conduct the world's awakening in a daily symphony at dawn. --- I am admittedly a night person. I have tried for years to trick my stubborn body into accepting a different biological time-clock to no avail. However, on days when I am carefully trying to get myself to accept the mornings as a friend and not a foe, I am always amazed at how differently the world appears especially during certain times of the year like springtime. On a perfectly cloudy Spring day in Central Park, it's as if the world is opens up its dewy eyes one by one as the city stretches out languidly for a few hours. ---
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The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum - New York CityBy Vivienne Gucwa Sometimes the simplicity of a scene is enough to render one speechless before realizing that the perceived simplicity is complex in its own right. The curves of architecture suggesting a softness usually relegated to flesh against a bone white sky, for example. The architecture in this photo is the work of Frank Lloyd Wright and is the top of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Wright was commissioned to design a space for the museum in 1943 and the project took well over a decade to complete. He apparently was disappointed in the choice of New York City as the home of the building as he thought that New York City was overbuilt and overpopulated. However, he complied with the wishes of the client and the Guggenheim was set to be built next to Central Park as possible to keep it as close to nature as possible. It is located on the Upper East Side on 5th Avenue between 88th and 89th Streets across from Central Park. --- ---
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The Urban Forest Primeval - Conservatory Garden - Central Park - New York City
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Spring Cherry Blossoms - Central Park - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa At the edge of winter sits the reflection of spring. Trees lifted from their slumber by weightless blossoms make their way out of the twilight of winter's last icy gasps. ---
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The Secret Garden Water Lily Pool - Central Park - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa Covering an enormous 843 acres, it’s hard to cover everything Central Park has to offer in terms of landscapes and activities. Even most people I know who have lived in New York City for a while who have been to Central Park more than once usually are surprised to find entire areas they never imagined existed in the park. Years ago when I lived on the border of Spanish Harlem, I used to love to walk over to Central Park to explore. It was a 15-20 minute walk to the park since I lived all the way over by the East River and I would often walk across and then down to the area by the Metropolitan Museum of Art. One day, instead of walking across and down, I was taken directly across to Central Park in the early 100s and came across an entire area I had never seen. An elaborate wrought iron gate called the Vanderbilt Gate sits on 5th Avenue at 105th Street. It’s the entryway into the only formal garden in Central Park. Spanning 6 acres, this section of the park is called the Conservatory Garden, named for a conservatory that stood on the site in the early 1900s. The garden opened to the public in 1937 and is comprised of three distinct parts. It fell into disarray in the 1970s but was restored completely in the late 1980s bringing estate garden style into Central Park. This particular photo is of what is referred to as the Secret Garden Water Lily Pool which is dedicated to the memory of Frances Hodgson Burnett containing a sculpture by Bessie Potter Vonnoh. The water lilies in the pond bloom from June to October and it’s a popular spot for romantic photography shoots. In fact, the Conservatory Garden tends to be crowded with wedding parties and photographers on weekends and during prime times in the summer. This entire area of the park during the summer is bucolic. Birds perch on the sculptures and sing while butterflies and bees flit from flower to flower around the pond. It’s an incredibly blissful and picturesque spot. ---
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New York Autumn - Central Park - Bow Bridge - Fall Sunlight
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Winter - Central Park- Through Winter Trees - New York City
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New York Autumn - Central Park
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Winter's Dream - Autumn - Central Park - New York City- By Vivienne Gucwa Under a canopy of elm trees, nothing is quite as beautiful as the warmth that emanates from fallen autumn leaves. Scattered like fiery embers, they are strewn about only suspended in motion for a short time before the wind stirs them from their molten slumber. If winter had but one dream, it would be of this. ---
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The Sky's Tears of Joy - Angel of the Waters - Winter - Central ParkThe silence that engulfs the world after a snowfall is deafening. All heartbeats, all footsteps, all meandering thoughts and evocations are wrapped in a heavy blanket of snow. Trees cease reaching for the sky, weighed down by the weight of the sky’s tears of joy and there is scarcely a breath to be heard. Winter muffles the earth silencing it’s yearnings, and all at once there is peace. ---
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In a trance - Central Park Winter Trees- By Vivienne Gucwa Winter crunches underfoot yielding to the heavy enormity of the sheer weight of souls in transition. Trees laden with snow frozen in thought stand dormant until the springtime. It’s on these sorts of days that the earth feels as if it is caught in a trance somewhere between dreaming and opening its frozen eyelids. -- This is a view of a snow-covered path during a beautiful snowstorm in the heart of Central Park, New York City.
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Serenity Memory - Bow Bridge in the Snow - Central Park
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Deliquesce - San Remo - Central Park Winter- By Vivienne Gucwa In the yawning hours of the morning, the earth stretches its snow-laden limbs skyward and the clouds leave a dissolving trail of heart-heavy whispers in their wake as all of the city’s structures deliquesce into nothingness. --- This is a view from the top of Belvedere Castle during a snowstorm overlooking the iconic towers of the San Remo during the winter in Central Park, New York City.
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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.