The lovely story about Ginger and Jacob. Bethesda Terrace in Central Park
It planned to be a typical family photo shoot of Ginger and Jacob, who were best friends since high school and became best lovers for theirselves, but it turned up a marriage proposal on a Bethesda Terrace in Central Park. It is one of the most popular attractions both among local and guests of New York City. It has amazing views for all four seasons. When we stroll through a forest of Black Cherry, Pin Oak, Red Oak, Scarlet Oak, Red Maple and American Elm, with colors ranging from yellow to red to scarlet to brown, I can not deny myself to make a shot.
The waterfalls, trees and story bridges here offer many unique opportunities to take photos of his full of happiness couple. We have taken beautiful, high-res photos of Ginger and Jacob as I guided them through the most iconic locations in Central Park including the Bethesda Fountain or Terrace, the Bow Bridge, The Lake etc. You may also feel free to check the portfolio of this experience. Looking out over the Bethesda Fountain, we took in the view of the Lake and the trees that border the territory. We also saw many engagement and wedding photographs being taken in this area. Just imagine! The bronze, 8-foot statue of a female winged angel are touching down upon the top of the fountain, where water spouts and cascades into an upper basin and into the surrounding pool. It was the only statue in the park called for in the original design. Beneath her are four 4-foot cherubs representing Temperance, Purity, Health, and Peace. Also called the Angel of the Waters, the statue refers to Healing the paralytic at Bethesda, a story from the Gospel of John about an angel blessing the Pool of Bethesda, giving it healing powers. Best places for the best day of Ginger and Jacob`s love!