As soon as you walk in, all becomes quiet and everything slows down a little bit.
We strolled around, sipped hot coffee, took way too many photos of the friendly squirrels that scampered around the hot nut carts that are scattered around the park. (seriously they are not afraid of people at all) We had been in the park for about 15 minutes when it started to snow. Slow little flakes at first and then faster and fatter and fluffier. The wind died down and it was just the snow, falling and settling on our gloves and beanies, Gus even had some in his eyelashes! It was really a catch your breath kind of moment. I just stood there, arms outstretched, staring up at the sky, watching it fall down. Seriously Top 5 Life Moment right there.
I'll let the photos do the rest of the talking, I hope they convey just how amazing this Park is. So so so lucky to be able to experience it with my loves.
Love Lil xx
P.S - If anyone ever asks if going to New York in Winter is worth it, I would say yes. Yes Just to experience THIS!