Welcome to THEJNSREPORT’S: THE BRONX: SCENES & SUNSET
On a day where I ventured home to visit family along with my significant other, mom invited us to take a photo walk in order to collect memories of our beloved neighborhood. The future is coming pretty quick and life is seemingly flying by. .A lot of the marsh and trees along with overgrown bushes had been cleared since the last time I’d been here. Behind the fence they’ve apparently set up seating on stone slabs for outdoor concerts. Restoring this area near the water is going to make the neighborhood appreciate so much more than in past years.From here you can see the planes so close as they come in for landings & take off from LaGuardia Airport. This was so cool to capture.As we walked further along the path the sun began to set.in a few years a ferry that connects the Bronx to Manhattan will be here. Incredible that it wasn’t thought of sooner, but all things happen in their own time.Our walk took us next to an opening where you could fish and boats could potentially dock.
If I only had a boat right about now.As we continued our journey the path began to curve into more shady areas with lots of trees and the option to go several different ways which intersected.As the sun began to drop in the sky so did the temp outside. Nonetheless we stayed out to capture the sunset by the water and we weren’t disappointed.
Farewell to the Salt Marsh at Soundview Park. This was a great day and time to share with family and loved ones.
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Welcome to THEJNSREPORT’S: Central Park “Spring” 2014 Location: Duh..Central Park, 2pm
On a day my friend and I decided to get out and enjoy a beautiful day out in Central Park we walked through the park on a way that I hadn’t been thru Central Park before. Shame on me a native new yorker but the great thing is, it’s never to late to learn something or discover something new.
Entering Central park from the upper east side and 5th ave led to a cross the park hike up and down and slight inclines and declines in the trail which is being given a face lift from it’s previous decades.
The sight of the canoes gave me flashbacks to child hood sleep away camp Summer’s gone by.
This is what you will encounter more and more throughout the park as Spring unfolds more slowly this year than I remember in recent years. Next on our way through the park we encountered multiple bird feeders in the trees along the paths. Immediately captivated by the different colors on display we got a little caught up “bird watching”. 😉