Thursday, June 12, 2008

A lake in a park

Not just any lake, or any park... this is the Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir located in Central Park, New York City. Here's some trivia: It's 106 acres, 40 feet deep and holds more than a billion gallons of water. Also in the background is the Dakota Building.

>> A recent trip to New York has left me with a number of photos begging to be shown off, I can't help myself! I'd say I'll try to hold back, but that would be lying. Expect more.

4 comments:

Marita said...

I remember been surprised how big Central Park is, thought it was the size of Fitzroy Gardens. I had Jacquie O sunglasses when I travelled overseas (didn't go to NY), thought I was unbelievably chic. She had such great style.

jesska said...

I had an idea from the map, but you can't really understand til you get there, you should go ...and wear the sunglasses!

Jenaveve said...

If you haven't checked out these girls, they do weekend walks around NY just for fun and their commentary's just brilliant (in the whacky sense): http://beeboppinnyc.blogspot.com/

jesska said...

Hey, that's great! I can take weekend trips to NYC without the 2 day plane trip... love it :)