Rock Beings Near Bethesda Terrace

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Rock Beings Near Bethesda Terrace

This popular Manhattan Schist outcropping is in the woodland to the left of Central Park’s Bethesda Fountain. It is a popular resting place with the locals due to the cool evergreen shade. And, although most are not aware of it, because of the friendly vibes from the outcropping’s nature being occupants. How many can you see? Shift your viewpoint to see images morph into other images…

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Manhattan schist is made of quartz, mica, and feldspar, and was formed around 500 million years ago. It is a metamorphic bedrock common to Manhattan. It is a cool rock with wonderful decorative folds. The nature beings artists especially enjoy working with this schist as it is particularly pliable for restructuring into images. This outcropping is so jolly, as well as very much on duty watching the surroundings.

This young couple sitting in an outcropping nook certainly is connecting to the rock’s joyful vibes.

Bethesda Terrace is one of the feature gathering spots in New York City’s Central Park (located in Manhattan). The site is named after Bethesda Pool, where Jesus healed a paralyzed man.  In the center of the terrace, a very large angel stands above a cool fountain, next to the Central Park Lake.

The Lake is a popular boating location and the terrace is a popular spot for gathering, photos, wedding shoots, musicians and other street performers.


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