Image by Ed Yourdon
Central Park, south end – 089
These pictures were taken during a 3-hour Labor Day stroll through Central Park — starting on the west side of the park at 96th Street, and walking around the south end, and back up the east side to 72nd Street.
It was a warm, sunny day, and there were people everywhere — bicycling, skating, walking, picnicking, sunbathing, frisbee-throwing … and even getting married. It appears that everyone was enjoying themselves, on this final day of the summer season in New York City…
Note: this photo was published in a Jul 2009 blog entry to illustrate the word "picnic," in the "P" section of the "Children’s Online Photographic Dictionary." It was also published in a Sep 5, 2009 Gadling blog titled "Labor Day picnics: Make yours memorable. Tips and where to go suggestions." And it was published in an Oct 23, 2009 blog titled "Legea picnicului, o lege a bunului sim."
Moving into 2010, the photo was published in a Feb 13, 2010 "Stuff Hipsters Hate" blog titled "Don’t Fuck with Love Week." And it was published in a Feb 24, 2010 blog titled "The Memory Lapse Proposal." It was also published in a Mar 3, 2010 blog titled "10 Romantic Date Ideas That Don’t Cost A Dime." And it was published in an Apr 17, 2010 blog titled "Love Volcanic Ash, Hate Picnics." It was also published in a June 1, 2010 blog titled "Planes anti-crisis." And it was published in a Jul 19, 2010 blog titled "Cómo prevenir las intoxicaciones alimentarias en verano." It was also published in a Sep 4, 2010 IdeasForADate blog, with the same title as the stunningly creative caption that I used on this Flickr page, as well as a Sep 4, 2010 blog titled "Workers’ Center Plans Labor Day Picnic." And it was published in a Nov 8, 2010 blog titled Online Dating Tips. Help?, as well as a Nov 13, 2010 blog titled "Counting Down The Top Ten Online Dating Tips." It was also published in a Nov 17, 2010 blog titled "10 a must “what to do” in New York."
Moving into 2011, the photo was published in an Apr 20, 2011 blog titled "Guest Writer #72: “Make this Easter a romantic one”."