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The ramble in Central Park

Robert A. McCabe

The ramble in Central Park

a wilderness west of fifth /; [photographs by] Robert A. McCabe ; [text by] Regina Alvarez ... [et al.].

by Robert A. McCabe

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Published by Abbeville Press in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Natural history,
  • Pictorial works,
  • PHOTOGRAPHY / Subjects & Themes / Landscapes,
  • Wildlife photography

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH105.N7 M383 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25075120M
    ISBN 109780789210913
    LC Control Number2010048855

    The park has something for nearly everyone in the bird kingdom. However, some in the gay community still consider The Ramble to be "ground zero for outdoor gay sex", enjoying the "retro feel" of sneaking off into the woods. There was this good-looking guy who came and sat next to us for a while. Where was this special wilderness?

    Theirs is a more terrible fear—fear of discovery. To have sex? Visitors can stop to take a look at the Gill, the man-made stream that runs through the Ramble, where one might find a small animal such as a raccoon having ventured out from the underbrush. The peak of the southbound Broad-winged Hawk migration is usually in late September.

    But that kind of stuff is so isolated, so rare here. For photographer Robert A. As the thickets undimmed in the waxing pre-dawn light and our small group gathered, a special feeling filled the air. Three blocks east, trains 4, 5, and 6 stop at Lexington Avenue. You have your boxy concrete number from the Heavenly Seventies on West Drive, or your more jazzy number of more recent issue nearby, with helpful steps for the little ones. Technological advances have added new wrinkles to bird-watching practices.


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The ramble in Central Park by Robert A. McCabe Download PDF Ebook

We went into the park, sat on a rock for a smoke. The entrance by the lake was simply bricked up while the opening by the Ramble The ramble in Central Park book was more elaborately sealed and covered over with dirt to make it appear as just another hillside in the Ramble.

I passed out for a minute. The three park entrances below offer the quickest access to the hot birding areas. A lot of them are dedicated to various individuals. It may sound corny, but it was love at first sight. Work on shelters will be the final phase of the comprehensive, multi-year effort to renew and sustain the Ramble.

The Ladies' Pavilion was built in by Jacob Wrey Mould to shelter people waiting to change streetcars at Columbus Circle in the southwest corner of the park. His photographs have been exhibited in the United States, Greece, and France, and have appeared in numerous publications.

Ramble in Central Park: A Wilderness West of Fifth

One notable fact about the Ramble is its status as a gay icon, which has developed since the early 's. There was a yellow-throated warblerand perhaps even a cerulean warbler : a holy grail sighting for these parts.

This beautifully photographed and printed book will appeal to nature lovers, bird watchers, and New York residents and visitors alike. Krauss did, and he beamed.

While exploring, stay alert. The Victorian Gothic building added coffee and sandwiches to its repertoire and was a lively gathering place until the early part of the 20th Century.

Rendezvous in the Ramble

Neither group bothers anybody. Wagner, Jr. Another settlement, York Hill, was at about East 88th Street, or rather, where it would eventually be. Other species found in the woods include American trees such as the American sycamore, several oaks, the Kentucky coffee tree, the Hackberry, the Yellowwood, and the Cucumber Magnolia, in addition to plants not indigenous to the country, such as the Sophora and the Phellodendron.

Where was this special wilderness? What about heterosexuals?The lush The ramble in Central Park book Park woodland, known as the Ramble, is composed The ramble in Central Park book 38 acres of winding pathways between 73rd and 78th streets. Described by Frederick Law Olmsted as a "wild garden", the Ramble's maze of trails amidst its abundant flora and fauna contrasts spectacularly with the formality of nearby attractions, such as the Bethesda Terrace.

1 photograph: albumen print on card mount ; mount 8 x 17 cm (stereograph format) | Photograph shows a man standing on a rustic footbridge in Central Park's ramble, New York City, New York.

Ramble in Central Park: galisend.com: Regina Alvarez, Douglas Blonsky, Sidney Horenstein, Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, Cal Vornberger, E.B. White, C. Stevens, Marie Winn.New York City's Central Park stretches far pdf wide with many new spots to find.

Some of these places even hold deep, dark secrets from a bygone era.Apr 12,  · The Central Download pdf Conservancy offers a free mobile app that includes interactive maps, audio commentary and up-to-date listings of events. These are just some of the southern highlights of the Central Park.

If you would like to visit the park’s less-trafficked northern attractions, see Central Park’s Northern Highlights.Nov 01,  · The woodlands and plants are well maintained and it ebook is a pleasure to walk ebook The rambles in Central Park and is worth seeking out.

Such a nice stroll and there is definitely a chance to see wildlife (squirrels). I could literally spend hours and days here walking amongst the woods and rocks and flowers and wildlife/5(31).