I feel rested in there, but also I feel a contradiction because the park is all manmade.
There are many different features of the park which in my point of view contribute to its unnaturalness. These are indeed the extra activities which are provided by the park authorities for entertainment. The ramble section for example is specially made for ‘Birders’. The bird enthusiasts are the more regular visitors of this section of the park. The question arises that should birds be made a source of entertainment. The very notion of making another living being your source of entertainment is being unnatural. The Boating facilities combined with rock climbing are another feature which makes the park artificial. Every time I visit the park, these sights drag me back down to reality. My aim of visiting Central Park is to get back to nature and essence of life. Families of climbers in tight climbing gear, loaded with ropes and colorful trinkets, are enough to drag you back to reality. The question thus arises in one’s mind that is this nothing more than another way to establish the fact that man has lost nature forever? The trees as always still remain true and pure as ever. Sitting in their cool dark shadows, one almost falls in the illusion of reality. On the weekday afternoons, the park is filled with less noise pollution. This is because most people come on the weekends. Therefore on such afternoons, I usually love to sneak into the park and occupy a secluded bench. Under its shade, the peace and quiet of nature still persists. The wind breezes bring with them the smell of the smoke and city. Bringing you the harsh truth that this beauty will not last and soon you will be standing on a busy New York streets, filled with people unknown and odors disliked.
The trees are thus the only natural thing about the park. The arrangement however sometimes seems still unnatural. Trees for instance are not supposed to grow in straight lines and