Bow Bridge in the snow. Central Park winter. New York City.
In the silent stillness of winter the world stops rotating temporarily.
All sound, speech and thought is muffled as the earth slumbers briefly under a blanket of freshly fallen snow.
In each snowflake rest the hopes and dreams of all who have ever felt the warmth of an anticipatory heart-flutter: dream-sputters that wrap the earth in the weight of their desires.—-
Built between 1859 and 1862, Bow Bridge is one of Central Park’s most iconic structures. This image was taken during a snowstorm in Central Park, New York City.
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