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Central Park Poet’s Walk, aka Literary Walk, In Snow


Very late posting this today.  This is sometimes known as the Mall, and also referred to as Poet’s Walk or Literary Walk because of the statues of literary figures that line the far end. This is the broadest and straightest path I know of in Central Park.

I’d like to thank the Central Park Conservancy for tweeting my photo yesterday of the Bow Bridge, which led to a few hundred more visitors than usual for this humble blog, and a substantial increase of people following my Facebook page. If interested, you can follow me there on Facebook, or subscribe to my RSS feed here.  Thanks all for visiting.

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  • CabFebruary 5, 2013 - 9:32 pm

    Nice shot, Mark. Great b&w treatment.ReplyCancel

  • Toad Hollow PhotographyFebruary 9, 2013 - 6:30 pm

    Totally awesome, Mark! Great vanishing point, and I love the serenity and drama of the b&w finish!ReplyCancel

  • […] Central Park Poet’s Walk, aka Literary Walk, In Snow – this great black-and-white from Mark Garbowski features a terrific vanishing point formed by his composition that uses this famous walking path as a natural leading line.  Completely covered in snow, this winterscape is a cold picture to view, and is absolutely enjoyable. […]ReplyCancel

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