Last couple of shots from a Thanskgiving morning stroll in Central Park.
One of the beauties of Central Park used to be the way you could be isolated from the surrounding city, not even able to see the buildings from many spots. Greedy developers and craven politicians have put paid to that. Here’s the new Central Park south skyline: needle-nose buildings of empty luxury apartments, used by mostly foreign oligarchs and petty despots to park and/or launder their ill-gotten gains.
Thanksgiving morning continues to yield some lovely late-Autumn foliage and vistas. Click either image to see them both enlarged (mobile device results may vary).