Central Park, Memorial Day 2009 - 08
Though the panorama and Manhattan skyline (composed of buildings along Central Park South, down around 59th Street) is interesting by itself, I spent most of my time here trying to photograph the woman located more-or-less in the middle of this picture, who appeared to be carrying on a somewhat tearful conversation on her cellphone. You can see a close-up of her, from a different angle, if you click here.
Note: this photo was published in a Jul 27, 2009 blog titled "10 Sustainable Lifestyle Tips: #6-10." It was also published in an Aug 13, 2010 blog titled "Mobile Is Not a Device, It's a Lifestyle." And it was published in a Dec 22, 2011 Italian blog titled "Come raddrizzare una foto con Photoshop." It seems to be providing guidance and instructions on how to edit a photo (and in particular, this photo) in Photoshop -- which is rather amusing, since it was edited with Apple's Aperture program.
Moving into 2014, the photo was published in a May 7, 2014 blog titled "Privacy in Public: Gone Forever." It was also published in a Sep 23, 2014 blog titled "Mobilidade em 1 Instante: seja bem-vinda, primavera!"
Memorial Day was a sunny pleasant day in New York City, and I decided to take a stroll through a portion of Central Park -- from 92nd Street to 72nd Street. These are pictures that I took inside the park, plus a few more as I walked back home at the end of the afternoon...