A visual escape to Central Park

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Ever since I saw the sitcom “Friends” I’ve been attracted towards the idea of Central Park. New York itself is a city so glorified and adored that it automatically crawls high up on the expectation ladder for any visitor. I too, had spots like Times Square, Museum of Modern Art, Grand Central station, Central Park, Rockefeller Center bookmarked on my mind even before we actually planned a trip to the Big Apple city. Chance and some formalities required us to plan a short trip and we squeezed in some time for exploring a bit of New York City.

It’s a challenge to see NYC in a short period considering there’s tons of walking to do and we were tired having taken a bus the previous night. Going overboard as usual, I did make a separate offbeat list, which we obviously did not manage to accomplish. Still it gives me hope for another NYC visit which could happen anytime, who knows! 😀

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Central Park was beautiful, even on a cloudy day. It seemed like the perfect place to break free from the frenzied streets of NYC that were constantly in motion.

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As we stood there and watched the skyline and the tall skyscrapers, we felt surrounded by millions of dreams.

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I could totally revisit the park for a day long picnic in the summers. Now I know what that would feel like.

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One for the memories. Tired but happy!

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It was raining in bits and pieces so there were several opportunities for puddlegrams.

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Thanks for dropping by to see these photos. Is there a park that’s a must visit on your list too?


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As a kid, Supriya had to be brought back to reality from her daydreaming excursions. A digital marketer by profession, she enjoys reading, writing, and photography. Her wanderlust list changes each week, but she's strongly eyeing countries in South America and the Middle East as destinations for her journeys :)

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