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The Ramble in Central Park

McCabe, Robert A.

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ISBN 10: 0789211998 / ISBN 13: 9780789211996
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Title: The Ramble in Central Park

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: PAP

Book Condition:New

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A photographic tribute to the untamed heart of Central Park

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A photographic tribute to the untamed heart of Central Park.

Central Park is Manhattan’s crown jewel, a refreshing retreat for city dwellers and a must-see destination for tourists. For photographer Robert A. McCabe, Central Park is defined by its Ramble thirty-eight densely forested acres replete with stunning lake views, enormous granite boulders, a canopy of trees, winding paths and streams, and bridges rustic and ornate. McCabe’s images in The Ramble in Central Park capture this wooded labyrinth in all its off-the-beaten-path glory, and in its most photogenic seasons.

The Ramble in Central Park is organized into four parts, each depicting one section of the Ramble: the East, the South, Gill Creek Valley, and the West. The photographs are accompanied by a specially commissioned map of the Ramble, reproduced in whole and in detail, and by a series of essays from writers including E. B. White, Marie Winn, and Elizabeth Barlow Rogers, on topics ranging from the Ramble’s creation to its plant and bird life. An introduction by Central Park Conservancy President Douglas Blonsky describes the recent renovation and continued preservation of the Ramble.

This beautifully photographed and printed book will appeal to nature lovers, bird watchers, and New York residents and visitors alike. It is the perfect souvenir of a visit to Central Park and the Ramble.

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