Our fall jumps are mainly in Central Park because we wanted to capture the beautiful fall season NYC has to offer. We decided to include Columbus Circle although we’ve jumped there before because it’s so close to the park, and there are so many cool angles we can jump from! It’s definitely a location, we’ll keep going back to.
As you notice, Lauren (my usual jumping partner) is not in these pictures, but Sarita was awesome to jump with! It was a very fun and tiring day. My muscles are sore as we speak. Jumping is serior work, you know? Stay tuned for more sweet jumps!
The picture above displays the magnificent Columbus Circle Fountain monunment. Sculptor, Gaetano Russo, made the statue of Columbus, which was given to the United States from Italy on October 12, 1892. The surrounding fountains were inspired by water displayed from Italy, a gift from the Delacorte Foundation in 1965. The water is turned off for the fall and winter seasons, which allowed us to run all around the fountain while Alex fixed his camera settings.
Photos by Alejandro Cerdena
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