Monday, February 11, 2008

Hudson River Park

This picture was taken during a very cold and windy walk along Hudson River Park last weekend. (I don't know how that runner was managing to keep going!) According to the website, Hudson River Park is the largest open space development in Manhattan since the completion of Central Park. It extends for five miles along the Manhattan shoreline from Battery Place to West 59th Street. It's a great addition to the west side.

8 comments:

nazzareno said...

The place is magical, as the photo, with all its tones of gray… Beautiful, indeed!

Olivier said...

j'aime bien cette ballade le long de l'hudson. je trouve que ton ciel est très beau, et qu'il donne de la force a ta photo

I like this ballad along the hudson. I think your sky is very beautiful, and it gives strength has your photo

Gudl said...

Cloudy day...
It is great that the New Yorkers have these parks to get outside!

Katherine Aucoin said...

I can look at this photo and feel the icy chill in the air. Great photo!

Dorothée said...

I love these grey tones in your photo. It creates an interesting atmosphere where you get lost in deep thoughts.
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Blue Wave 707 said...

I agree ... the grey tones work well. Looks like a place for quite a few photo ideas.

marley said...

Last time I visited NYC I didn't get over to the west side, next time I'll check it out!

lv2scpbk said...

Beautiful photo. I bet this is a wonderful relaxing walk.