Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Splendor In Central Park: The Lake

The Central Park Lake is a picturesque 18-acre lake that opened for its first winter of ice-skating in 1858. Until 1950, the Lake was used for ice-skating during the winter months and boating in the summer. After closure of the skating rink, wildlife inhabitants flourished again. The lake is the second largest man-made body of water in Central Park. 


Limo New York City said...

Beautiful photos

Lily Hydrangea said...

Lovely! makes me want to visit.

Alice said...

very nice series.