Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Postcard from Manhattan: Central Park ballerina

Alas, I couldn't walk closer for a better shot, but she was a fun/sweet/unusual autumn sight. (Lincoln Center, home to two ballet companies and a ballet school, is nearby.)

22 comments:

William Kendall said...

Lovely capture!

Petrea Burchard said...

Surprise art! I once came across a harpist in a grove where I was walking.

a.s.m. said...

Una gran escena!!!
Me gusta, buena fotografía.
Saludos, Ángel

Peter said...

Charming, and such a great park. Close to so many iconic cultural establishments.

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

You catched the young lady in the right moment. Wonderful !

Mo said...

What a treat

Revrunner said...

Well, I was kind of assuming she wasn't headed to the bus stop. Although, I will have to say, I've seen some very strange things riding the Metro here in D.C. :-)

EG CameraGirl said...

For sure, a ballerina is not an everyday sight.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

What a delightful capture Lulu..is that ballerina on her mobile phone..."hello can I speak to Mikhail" :))

BaysideLife said...

What a nice surprise to come upon and a lovely capture.

Randy said...

What a great shot.

Catherine said...

Great capture Lulu, it's the stuff of movies... and so nyc!

Gunn said...

Very nice!

Kaya said...

Lulu, this is so unusual, a little bit surreal and incredibly beautiful! I think she was practicing.

Very interesting and unique picture!

Norma Beishir said...

Now that's unexpected!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Oooh, beautiful shot!

Mersad said...

It's very surreal. Like out of a dream!

Mersad
Mersad Donko Photography

LOLfromPasa said...

Love this! The colors and composition are a delight. Made me smile! Always good :).

Rosie Grey said...

This is really lovely, Jude, and somehow it makes me happy to look at it! :-)

orvokki said...

Really, she looks a little bit unusual.
Beautiful and different photo, I like.

Hilda said...

Sweet!

Jenny Woolf said...

Somehow there always seems to be something to see in Central Park. The crowds separate themselves out into individuals seeking a bit of personal space.