Winter makes Central Park into a particularly beautiful place. The snow that falls on the streets of New York soon turns into a slushy mud, but the park remains a pristine white for as long as the snow lasts. But it does make it trickier to walk through the less visited areas, away from the main paths: they become icy and slippery.
(Sony A65, ISO 100, f/7.1, 30mm [45mm equiv.], 1/200s)
This photo was taken in February of 2015.