Long Island City, Queens; some sort of public works building that I think is connected to the Mid-Town Tunnel. This is a quick iPhone shot, processed in the iPhone as well.
I was in the neighborhood, maybe 500 yards or so from my favorite park, so I hopped over and took some iPhone shots on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon. This was processed entirely on the iPhone as well, using the VSCOcam app.
Gantry Plaza State Park in Long Island City, Queens, NY.
I misplaced my lens hood for most of out trip. For many of my shots it makes no difference but as it happens that weekend I spent a lot of time shooting while facing the light. It’s not the worst thing, sometimes a little flare is exactly what you want, but I still regret I didn’t have the choice more times during the trip.
This is the oft-photographed walking bridge in Somesville, Maine.
One morning during nXnw2014, when re returned to our rented home on Mt. Desert Island in Acadia, and saw this group of turkeys moving through the woods nearby. A few of us tracked them and tried to get shots through the trees. Suddenly they emerged from the trees and lucky me, I was the only one on the road to catch them as they crossed.
It turns out there are many names for a group of turkeys, which are most commonly called either a “rafter” or, yes, a “gang.”
Wow; I have not been exceedingly busy this week but I guess I have been distracted as I haven’t posted since Monday, and this has been mostly ready to go all week. Let me just get this up as is before I forget again.
This is somewhere in or between the West Village and the Meatpacking District a few months ago. It’s a film shot, that I manipulated in one very digital fashion, which was to change the perspective to make it look as if I shot from straight across from a spot 2-3 stories above ground, even though I actually took this from street level. Otherwise this is pretty much as the film looks.
Fujifilm GF670 Medium Format Camera