Hello there!! I know that Itâ€™s been a while since the last time I posted something. I have been trying to update the website and make some improvements. I just been very busy at work and I kind of been slacking on my photography. I am trying to change that and re-evaluate updating my blog weekly, I think that was too ambitious in my part. I will do my best to post every few weeks, I think that is more realistic than a weekly posting.
For this posting I went back to one of my favorite places to photograph in NYC at my favorite time of the year, fall. I was able to leave work early one afternoon and I work near the south east entrance (59th Street and 5th Ave) of Central Park so I just started walking from there. I headed up north through Central Park Zoo and then headed north west. The top picture was taken from Oak Bridge, a narrow arm of Central Park Lake at its northernmost tip connecting the path along the West Drive and the Ramble. I love this picture because I like how the buildings just kind of pop out behind the lush trees and this beautiful lake.
The bottom two pictures are of Bethesda Fountain. I have photographed this fountain many times but I just love coming back here. Under the Bethesda Terrace is the lower passage, itâ€™s a must see in my opinion. I just love photographing this passage. The colors and the fine detail on the walls and ceiling are just amazing and as an added plus thereâ€™s always some type of musical performance.
I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I enjoyed making them and Iâ€™ll see you guys on the next update. As usual please leave questions, comments and/or suggestions.