Belvedere Castle in Central Park, seen from across Turtle Pond. The park’s co-designer Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould designed the little castle, which perches on a high rock outcrop they called the Belvedere—Italian for “beautiful view.” It offers views of Turtle Pond, the Great Lawn, and the Ramble. The castle, originally without windows or doors, fell into disrepair along with the rest of the city, but was restored in the 80s, and is now a visitor center. I like the way the curve of the near shore of the pond directs your eye to the castle and its reflection.
Photo taken with a Vermeer 6X13 curved plane panoramic camera.
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