As many know, Central Park has been my backyard for the last few years. I am incredibly lucky to have a ginormous park with countless cool things to do in it right infront of my building. This spring season has been a bit late, later than what I'm used to, and I started to worry that I would miss the cherry blossoms. Cherry blossoms are quite possibly the most beautiful types of trees to stumble upon. They have the ability to turn your frown upside down, and though they only last a couple of weeks, their presence is noted by all. I was able to spot them across the reservoir, infront of the Guggenheim museum, and knew that if I didn't photograph them now, the flowers may fall before I could go again. I took a nice long walk through the park, and noticed the many varieties of flower that littered the paths and park areas. The trees are still struggling to grow leaves, but the flowers are doing a great job of keeping the park alive. Another favorite of mine are magnolia trees; their color and size of flower are just so impressive.
Enjoy some springtime glory!