Central Park in Winter
February 2, 2013
“I have never found a city without its walkers’ rewards.”
– John Finley, “Traveling Afoot”
Temperatures plummeted to about 10 degrees during our final two days in NYC, but we found that it was comfortable walking as long as we stayed bundled up. Walking through the trees of Central Park broke the wind, taking the biggest edge off the cold. The park was a starkly beautiful place in winter. We happened to be there when they city was making snow for a winter festival. The sparkly moisture in the air created an eerily beautiful backdrop to the views.