New York-Essential Life
It's been a month and a half since New York was locked down.
During that period, the only chance I go out is to go shopping at the food store once a week or just sunbathing in a park along the river.
So I was tired of visiting the neighborhood.
So finally a few days ago, I took the subway for a long time to get to the city of Manhattan.
People are staying at home these days and are urged to do only essential things here in NYC.
For me, going to a park is one of the most important essential activities.
So I'd like to introduce my way of essential life in NYC.
The first place I headed for was Washington Square,
a place for New Yorkers to chill and relax.
What I noticed after coming here is that there are no tourists at all because it's locked down now.
They are almost New Yorkers.
And That's not normal.
In May, spring is around the corner.
It seems to be increasingly warm, but still,
a few chilly winter remnants remain today.
This season, the trees in the park are refreshing and fresh.
The lawn is also colored with green and soothing.
A squirrel living in the park.
Overcoming a long winter,
It should be easier to move now.
The dove, a symbol of peace, is walking around me.
There is a famous fountain circle in the middle of the park.
So I settled here for chilling out for a while.
There were quite a lot of people.
After all, the residents of the neighborhood are also seeking healing here.
You can see the importance of the park.
Young folk were enjoying roller boarding in the fountain.
It's so cool the way they jump.
So I took a picture of that moment.
Infinite possibilities, a paradigm shift.
All the shops were quite closed, but I guessed there would be an open place somewhere.
Gluten-free cake shop Posh Pop✨ It's open! Thank god!!