The other week, there was a lot of snow falling on NYC. Once it stopped and the sun came out, I knew where I wanted to go get some images: the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens. During the winter season, they have free entry during the weekdays, so once the sun came out, I headed over there. It was true, the entry was free. Or I broke in. I don’t know. There was no one at the gate and I walked in. While walking around I passed numerous employees and security who seemed to have no problem with me being there, so I continued along my snowy trek. My main purpose was to go get some nice snow shots in the Japanese Garden. Unfortunately, I was thwarted by locked gates. They were not opening it that day, so I had to settle for telephoto shots from the side of the pond opposite the waterfalls. The sun was very intense, making for some interesting images, and, since there were very few people there, I was able to get some really nice people-free shots of areas I may not usually get.
Next week: I have a few sunset shots I would like to share.