7:00 – 8:00 am, Morning Walk, Central Park.
“Quietness” is for me a solitary pursuit to refresh and rejuvenate my body and mind. I have been in the studio everyday, including weekends, for the last two weeks.
With most of my orders completed and shipped I decided to take the next few days off. This morning I went for an early walk in the Ramble of Central Park where I could get some exercise and see Spring arriving in nature.
The Ramble, also called the wild garden, is tucked away in the middle of the Park that resembles wooded hiking paths…they are tiny leisurely paths. It is located in the southern part of the Park just above the Loeb Boathouse and the Lake.
The Park is in transition. There is more work to do by nature. Emily Dickinson wrote a poem that best describes the Park today. It reads like this:
Spring comes on the World-
I sight the Aprils-
Hueless to me until thou come
As, till the Bee
Blossoms stand negative,
Touched to Conditions
By a Hum.
This post is in response to Flickr Comments’ “Q ~ Quietness” and Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge “Walks Indoors or Outdoors.”
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