In Everyone’s a Critic Central Park, the street is a walking path through Central Park. It becomes fine art and a little funny through the happy collision of people and nature.
It’s an autumn weekend. Through a subtle mix of autumn colors and white balloons, strollers pass a human sculpture, either an angel of a butterfly, hoping to collect donations for her efforts.
What makes this beautiful picture even better is that, when you look closely, it’s so funny. You might miss it the first time through, but look again at the three girls with their Dads and the expressions on their faces as the angel or butterfly catches their attention.
You can buy this photograph as an 8 1/2 X 11 inch museum quality giclee print. I make all my own prints, and each is signed on the white border at the bottom or on the reverse.
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I include this picture in a set of three Central Park giclee prints.
Central Park is a great place to take pictures, but it’s also a great place to take pictures that haven’t been taken a million times before. I feel lucky when I catch a special moment like this one. It’s rare, and the humor makes it even more rare.