The photo atop this entry is a view of The Delacorte Theatre (located in Central Park) and is a copy of an image on one of the Public Theater's web-pages. The Public Theatre is the company who oversees productions at the Delacorte. "Since 1962, over 5 million people have gathered inside the Delacorte to experience world class Shakespeare and other productions at no-cost. The mission of The Public and Free Shakespeare in the Park has remained constant."
Over the years I've seen a number of theatrical productions at The Delacorte although it has been a number of years since I've done that. This is because my interest has been in the "productions" that take place outside that theatre in Turtle Pond as well as on the grounds of Turtle Pond; which are both in close proximity to the theatre as seen in the following aerial photo which is from the aforementioned web-site.
I have doctored the image in the copy below to provide some context about a production I saw this past Tuesday.
The smallest arrow affixed to the picture is referencing an area where a deck is located and it is a place where a number of people go to observe turtles, fish and birds swimming in Turtle Pond; the pond seen in this image.
In any event, this past Tuesday night as a production was going on inside The Delacorte, I was watching a show put on by a Great Egret (seen in the next photograph). This bird was located near the area indicated by the chubby arrow I affixed to the righthand side of the image. He/she is probably the same egret I saw on June 26th which I wrote about in a blog post).
If I didn't know better, I might conclude that the Great Egret seemed to be waving at me, as you might also surmise from looking at the next picture.