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11/8/12

Central Park: November 8, 2012

Photo by Chris Albertson ©2012
These days, many of the photos we see depicting the New York area focus on the depressing path left my super storm Sandy, so I though I would share with you this contrasting picture of Central Park, as I saw it from my windows this morning. Please click on it for an enlarged view.

1 comment:

  1. respected mr Albertson. I allways read your blog with great interest, and after all have one question in my mind. Why so many jazz specialistst and entusiasts where non americans? Nesuhi Ertegun, Harry Lim, Panassie. The first possible reason is lack of racial prejudices but other causes is not so clear. It would be intersting if you wrote some opinions and memories about these peoples.

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