Wednesday, December 30, 2009

THE POND at BRYANT PARK




Free skates and free skating at The Pond at Bryant Park!







BONJOUR THE POND at BRYANT PARK!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful post!! Happy new year!!

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  2. hi carol... i love bryant park and have never seen it more wonderful... thank you for posting these... happy new year... blessings to you in 2010! x pam

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  3. THANKS for the virtual visit to New York!
    I feel like I am there with you!

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  4. maryellen12:03 PM

    Fun, but I miss your watercolors. Are you painting through the
    season? I’ll bet the images would have appeal.

    God speed in the new year.

    Maryellen

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  5. Food Walker12:09 PM

    Skating in New York!
    Excellent way to spend the holidays..

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  6. Anne-Laure12:10 PM

    LUV the near-far perspective changes in this post...
    And the big-little xmas trees are a delight!
    merci

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  7. The ice skating looks like so much fun. Have you ever done anything on the TAVERN ON THE GREEN? I saw on GMA this morning that they are closing down for good. How sad. I think it was so beautiful.Seventy five years of history there.

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  8. Anonymous1:21 PM

    Thanks for posting a photo of that lovely Art Deco gas station. It was much appreciated. I also got a friend to subscribe to your blog after she was lamenting the loss of Christmas windows in the stores of San Francisco.
    Cheers, Stephan

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  9. How WONDERFUL! :-) What lovely memories :-)

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  10. Cris I hope to go to the auction for TOTG..ahem
    I have attented events there a long time ago but i don't plan to ring in the new decade at Tavern
    No way

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  11. Beautiful night shots, Carol - you really captured the atmosphere!
    (I love your available light shots :)

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  12. I wish I were there!

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  13. Looks fun, CArol--did you skate? Stay warm!!

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  14. ha!

    so clever the first shots
    of people skating merrily*along
    and then...

    what
    what
    what
    ???

    :-0

    ???

    the little mailman walking
    in the snow!

    très bien fait!!

    ;-)

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  15. love bryant park for skating and in summer for all the tables and looking

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  16. Anonymous8:04 PM

    When I lived in NYC, Bryant Park was another "Needle Park." ... A lot of nodding out on park benches. Since it shares my last name, I'm all the more delighted to note its transformation. And skating mskes it even more terrific!! I love the Paris shots, enjoy the photography and the comments, but this one inspired me to write.
    J Bryant

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  17. Dear Carol,
    I'm new to your blog, and I ADORE IT. Your watercolours are STUNNING.
    I have been stalking it all night long lol ...then I went to Paris, yes all by myself lol and stopped for the Macaroons.
    Now I'm hooked also. Another beautiful indulgence for the palette.
    I love N.Y. but Paris seems to be calling my name again. We were there in 1988 and again in 90'...so it's been awhile. I will be looking around a little bit more tomorrow. You have some great suggestions.
    I have "featured" you on my New Year's post, but would love to feature you on Monday on my "favourite of the week. I hope you like it.
    Happy New Year Carol.
    Love Claudie
    xoxoxo
    P.S. I'm in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada..only a 9 hour car ride to N.Y. That's why we go so often.
    Oh and our fave eatery "tavern on the green" is now closed... : (
    xoxoxox

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  18. Dear Carol,
    I hope you have a wonderfull new year! With lots of joy,peace and harmony.
    Xoxo

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  19. Were you out there on your skates? Your shots don't wobble!

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