A tourist in New York City whith photo camera. Central Park Lake, skies.
Vistas del lago grande de Central Park, en las fotos el cielo ocupa gran parte de la foto encuadrando asi el paisaje humano
The Central Park Lake, in conjunction with the Ramble, creates an essential part of the "Greensward" design plan created by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux when designing the initial features of what would become Central Park.
What is now a stunning and picturesque 18-acre lake was once nothing more than a large, untamed swamp. After its excavation in 1857, the Lake was opened for its first winter of ice-skating in 1858.