According to the calendar and the newscasters today, March 20, 2015 is the First Day of Spring. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!
As I trudged against the wind to the bank in midtown, I found a statue in front of the American Bible Society’s museum that completely captured the situation. FYI: The figure, partially covered in snow, is actually seated facing forward but by adjusting the angle from which I shot, he looks like he’s facing sideways…
This is a little public park behind my apartment building which is almost empty during the day, but (unfortunately)very busy on Spring and Summer nights with cars blasting their radios. Right now, covered with snow, the park has the beautiful serenity the designers intended…I converted it to black and white, then realized there was no need. The early March light at 4:30PM had a slight yellow tint of its own… Note: this was taken with an old 7.1 pixel digital camera.
Some of my favorite water photos, taken with my Nokia Lumnia Cell phone. This is the Lake at the Japanese Tea House art the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The top photo was taken during the Summer, and for comparison I took a photo of the same location in winter…It was interesting that I loved it both ways….