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Despite the cold, New York City has not had much snow lately. Yesterday there was a blizzard, and the rare opportunity to shoot a snow covered Central Park finally presented itself.

In the early morning after the blizzard, the snow was still perfectly pure. Central Park was not yet full of people, and the soft morning light made the whole scene mystical. It felt like entering some otherworldly realm. Everything from the trees to the bridges was covered in fresh white snow.

The Angel of the Waters, atop Bethesda Fountain, stood frozen in a blanket of heavenly white. Rows of Elm trees, whose snowy branches curve upward from either side, gave the impression of an outdoor cathedral.

For a brief moment in time before the crowds arrived to break the spell, Central Park became the enchanted landscape captured in this video. – http://www.willbradford.com/snow-covered-central-park/


This entry was posted on Thursday, January 2nd, 2014 at 12:58 pm.
Categories: Travel.

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