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Posts Tagged ‘Central Park’

Another day, another dollar

Positioned on the weekends at the entrance to Central Park on 72nd Street is this beautiful vision.

 The ballerina ‘statue’ will bow, blow you a kiss and wave if you put a dollar in her box.  I think it’s a metaphor for American really! 

Moving ballerina

A metaphor for America?

Sax in the City

Early in the morning, Central Park can feel so beautiful, empty and eerie.  Sometimes the only sound I can hear are the wafting notes of the sax. 

Yes, a lone saxophonist is also an early bird in the park.  It’s really quite surreal and wonderful strolling round hearing the old greats.  I expect Humphrey Bogart to suddenly pop up from behind a tree!

My lone saxophonist

Central Park Crazies!

I’ve seen so many crazies in Central Park. You never know what you’re going to see next.

One day it’s a dog in a dress, the next it’s a skate-boarder with pink hair.  But today I walked around the fountain and there was a guy in a wizard’s hat complete with wig sitting on the bench.

I tried not to stare.  But he said ‘Good Morning my dear’ in such a voice I felt like Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. Boy did I click my heels fast!

Saturn is back to Virgo today and Pluto has gone retrograde.  Maybe that’s why there’s a bit of an underground movement going on.