Tunnel to Bethesda Fountain

The area around Bethesda Fountain is one of my favorite haunts in New York’s fabulous Central Park. During the day it is always crowded with happy folks, musicians, jugglers, and so on. At night, the area looks like a stage set. This is a fisheye view through the underpass under the park drive towards Bethesda Fountain, shown both in black & white and color.

Tunnel to Bethesda Fountain (b&w) © Harold Davis

Tunnel to Bethesda Fountain (b&w) © Harold Davis

Tunnel to Bethesda Fountain (color) © Harold Davis

Tunnel to Bethesda Fountain (color) © Harold Davis

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  1. By Reflections in The Pond, Central Park on March 9, 2017 at 6:46 pm

    […] south from Bethesda Fountain to get to my dinner appointment on West 57th Street, I stopped by a body of water at the southeast […]

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