We see close-up view shot from the Bow Bridge (made of cast iron) in Central Park Lake, the largest park in the Manhattan area of New York.
The park was inaugurated in 1859, covering an area of 843 acres.
From the Bow Bridge, the lens captures the Majestic apartment building, a steel framed building that was constructed in 1930–1931 and designed in the Art Deco style by architect and real estate developer Irwin S. Chanin with the assistance of his French associate, Jacques Delamarre.
On the side is the Oliver Cromwell Tower which was designed by the architect Emery Roth and was built in 1927.
Afterwards, the lens wanders to the buildings of Central Park West, on the lake where visitors enjoy boating, stands for a while on a group of young Jewish people and lastly follows groups of people on their walk.