Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by serhan, Apr 23, 2015.
From last Sat:
EXIF Shows RX100 Mark III
Thanks. Yes, the camera is RX100 III.
Very nice! I love that place when the flowers are out - I'm constantly amazed at how many flowers the city plants in the parks, along the roads, just about everywhere. I just missed them this year - they were going in the last couple of days I was there, but hadn't really started popping yet. I've never seen that big gondola on the lake - just the smaller rowboats...
Nice set, Serhan. I love parks but for some reason my trips to NYC always happened in late fall, not exactly my favorite season. It looks much more inviting in your images and surprisingly not that overcrowded.
Very nice set. Central Park saves that city, for me.
Great set, really shows off the mix of Spring flowers against that city backdrop!
Thank you very much. It was a lovely day esp now that cold temps are back last 2 days. It feels more like a skating weather. Hopefully this weekend will be nice to take more shots if anybody will be visiting.
The park was very crowded. The middle section looked like a beach. I was going to go back, but my wife's allergies kicked, so we walked out. The park is big enough to get away from some of the crowds and find some blossoms. It looks like it is the lungs of the city. After living 14 years in DC area, I got used to cherry blossoms with a big Sakura Festival. So it was good to see the Spring mood after a long and snowy winter
that one of the guy playing the guitar keeps drawing me back. Very nice.
And the one with the red flowers in the fountain.
The swirl of movement is brilliant.
Yeah, +1 on that for sure....those are my my 2 faves
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