Photography: Central Park

Photography: Central Park

Wednesday was an uncommonly summer-like day here in New York — and like countless other New Yorkers, I hit the streets and wound up in Central Park for a few hours. Part of my inspiration was to re-do some shots I’ve done over the past few years with crop sensor cameras. On top of that Central Park may be one of my favorite places on the Earth. So to that end, check out some photos from a lovely afternoon in the park.

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Caption: Have Hope NYC.
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Caption: 5:00 Shadows, Central Park.
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Caption: Spring has sprung, Central Park.
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Caption: Statue of beloved Cuban poet Jose Marti, Central Park.
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Caption: Sheep Meadow, Central Park. This was taken using my iPhone 12’s panorama view — and I think it accurately captures the overall vibe and feel of the park that afternoon.

For these photos and more, check out the Flickr set here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmVsG99z

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