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Pool of Gold Found in New York City

Blog: #6 of 30 by Mike Hendren

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January 8th, 2011 - 09:35 AM

New York City - "the city that never sleeps" - is such a vibrant, exciting place to visit. Yet, there are spots around town where you can find a quiet spot to unwind. One of those places is Central Park.

A few years ago, in the fall, I was visiting New York City. After breakfast, I stopped at a nearby coffee shop for a hot cup of coffee to warm me up, then headed for Central Park. It was one of those cool autumn days with a very fine, foggy mist drifting through the air - just enough moisture to wake you up but not get you wet.

Shortly after I entered the park, there was a "lightening" in the cloud cover and I saw this tree with a large, glowing "pool" of golden colored leaves beneath it. As a bonus, the curvature of the pathway just seemed to draw my eyes right to that golden pool of light.

They say, "timing is everything", and I agree to some extent, however, I think luck plays a large part in putting you there at the right time. So make sure you have that camera in hand so you can take advantage of Lady Luck's benevolence!

Pool of Gold Found in New York City

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