Residents of Central Park

Present & Departed…

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All photos by Konstantinos Implikian

New York, 01-22 June 2014

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4 thoughts on “Residents of Central Park

  1. I love the “eye” in the tree and my favorite thing is to see who donated the benches. When I first got to NYC, I felt the park was so contrived (being from the Prairie States and wilderness). But, now, I am amazed by the forethought to develop such an attempt at “rawness” in the middle of the city.

    • I enjoyed spotting little poems on the benches too. I hadn’t realised there’d be so many, and was even more surprised when I saw that an average ”adoption” costs $7.500! But it’s a great idea to fund their preservation.

      I also grew up a wilding; although a city girl, I lived for long periods on hilly/mountainous suburbs, so I appreciate such efforts in bringing a bit of nature in the cities, all the more. Plus, Central Park is the size of a small village itself – it would take many more trips to discover it all!

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