For no apparent reason on this warm March morning I decided to shoot some multiple exposures. I do this on the street fairly frequently but not often by the river. I’m not 100% certain about the experiment but I believe that this is my favorite.
“Every year, back comes Spring, with nasty little birds yapping their fool heads off and the ground all mucked up with plants.”
- Dorothy Parker
Ailsa’s theme this week is Rivers. A lovely choice to my mind.
First attempt: here.
Mother’s Day was warm and sunny in NYC, a little foretaste of summer. The Hudson and the riverwalk and the parks between 125th and 50th Street were all very crowded.
The river was gorgeous and young love was celebrated in many ways.
Please enjoy some other rivers:
No limes were harmed in the making of this blog.
First Attempt: here
In reality this post has nothing to do with Cinco De Mayo. I just thought I should acknowledge the day.
Here is a classic New York City view of spring…
wait for it…
it’s a good one…
They told me they are getting married.
Here are some other views of spring:
“Whether he is an artist or not, the photographer is a joyous sensualist, for the simple reason that the eye traffics in feelings, not in thoughts.”
The Weekly Photo Challenge is spring. It has barely begun in the northeast. Running more than a bit late but seems to be moving in now. A few spring images from Riverside Park, April 27, 2014:
It has been a long week already and fortunately I have Lightroom tutoring and shooting gigs booked for the next three days. I went to Central Park with @BH_Event_Space and (check out her excellent work) Brenda Tharp today. Lots more photos and maybe some stories another time.
“To consult the rules of composition before making a picture is a little like consulting the law of gravitation before going for a walk.”
I thought today I would do a little flashback to April 15, 2011 when The Quotidian Hudson was but a toddler. I hope you don’t mind. Follow the link back to the childhood of this blog!