I think that Central Park was designed with photographers in mind. I mean, I have been able to capture some wonderful moments. And it does not make a difference if I am taking photos in the evening or in the early morning. Central Park doe not disappoint.
For me the best times to take photos is in the very early morning — or blue hour. Why? There are very few people up at that time. And it gives you the opportunity to simply scout and chose the best locations.
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Central Park sits in the center of Manhattan. It runs between 59th Street (Central Park South) and 110th Street (Central Park North). And runs-wide between Fifth Avenue and Central Park West. The Park was opened in 1857 and today is a National Historic Landmark.
Central Park is a very popular location — about 37 million visitors stroll through the park every year. But for residents the park is a retreat from New York City.
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It does not make a difference where you enter or where you go within Central Park. But one of my all time favorite locations is Belvedere Castle. Take a stroll to the castle — you will not be disappointed.