The last few were kind of difficult, so I'm taking it easy on all of you with this week's Litkicks mystery spot. In fact, it's a goddam walk in the park. Just tell me what this is a picture of, and name the novel that this image represents.
Every single one of you has read this book. And I bet every single one of you loves the scenes (though you may not want to admit it) that take place among the structures towards the upper right of the image above, and around the body of water in the bottom part of the image.
Another great literary moment from a completely different novel also took place at a spot visible in this photograph. But you don't want to know about all that.
Please post your answer as a comment, and as always I will not publish any of the comments (so as to not give it away) until I reveal the complete answer in about a day or so.
UPDATED: The answer has been revealed here.
This article is part of the Litkicks Mystery Spot series. The next post in the series is Vision of the Ducks: Holden Caulfield's Journey in Central Park. The previous post in the series is Linguists Gone Mad: Paul Auster's Upper West Side.