Carl Schurz Park II

I blogged about Carl Schurz Park here, and just wanted to share a few more pictures I snapped back in May. Now I can’t wait to capture it in fall, and in the snow! 

Perhaps a better title for this post would have been “Benches of Carl Schurz Park.” 🙂 
photos by me

5 comments

  1. Cara says: September 4, 2014

    Your photos are gorgeous…def have inspired me to take a photography class in the future! I have a book called from Plate to Pixel for food photography which is awesome, but I think a class would be super beneficial to expand my horizons as well. Are you still taking classes? Can't wait to see your pics from the fall and winter 🙂

    1. Jackie {York Avenue} says: September 5, 2014

      Thank you so much Cara! What a sweet comment. I definitely want to check out Plate to Pixel, since I love food photography. I'm not taking a class now but I got a lot out of the ones I took and could see taking more in the future!

  2. Natasja says: September 4, 2014

    Beautiful! I love how green everything is right now. This is making me want to go to NY..!

    xo Natasja

    http://www.alittlelavender.com

  3. Marine says: September 5, 2014

    I love your blog!!! It makes me feel like I'm in NYC again!
    In July, I visited the Conservatory garden and the Cloisters and I loved the peace out there… Knowing that I was staying on Roosevelt Island, which is very quiet and serene as well.

    Cheers from Brussels, Belgium (Chocolate and waffels !)

    Marine (from Bordeaux –> home for CanelĂ©s !!!)

    PS: Yesterday I saw some goodies/books from Ladurée and I thought about your love for macaron and how much you would appreciate those petite, delicate products.

  4. Jackie {York Avenue} says: September 5, 2014

    Thank you so much Marine! So nice of you. I love the Conservatory Garden and I would definitely like to visit the Cloisters. I've heard wonderful things about Brussels…chocolate and waffles…yum! Enjoy 🙂 xoxo

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