We were invited to view the fireworks from our friend’s terrace in Brooklyn.
I hope you enjoy the show. Click on any image…
The challenge this week is Room.
My first thought: Here.
My second thought:
Other roomy views:
“To know ahead of time what you’re looking for means you’re then only photographing your own preconceptions, which is very limiting, and often false.”
This week is an odd one…LeTtErS
I found two in the archives from the winter that fit the bill.
Last night my long time friend Chris Havens held a party to celebrate a zero birthday. His apartment has a roof deck. I took this picture at about 8:30 pm. I thought it came at the challenge obliquely but fit it well.
As always, here a some other views.
Did I get it? I don’t know but I like this shot.
As usual here are a few other views that tickled my fancy:
I have been working all week to finalize my submissions to The Fence At Photoville. The maximum amount of images in a series that you can submit is 6. They say you can have a series as small as two pictures but, in my mind, a series is a minimum of three images.
Anyway it is decision making time. I am down to 8-10 images per category and have to make the decisions tonight or at the latest tomorrow by noon so I can upload by the deadline.
Here are the shots I am choosing between for the theme of Play. I am certain of 4 and can’t decide whether to go with my gut and say: “ok, that’s all folks” or go with my other gut and slip in two more.
I went to Brooklyn yesterday to visit some friends. They have three kids, a son and two daughters, and I have some really fun images of the girls “getting married”. I was planning on using them for the blog today.
I posted a few of the pictures on FB and then I made a mistake. I started thinking. On FB I had set the privacy level to friends of friends but I can’t control who can see Quotidian Hudson and I don’t want to control who can see it.
Sadly there are some really bad pieces of work out there who troll the internet. For what? Pictures of young children.
Here is a picture of Borough Hall in Brooklyn and a shot taken from Columbus Park.
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