It’s always interesting to go back to places you’ve been to. Most times you can explore and find new vantage points or ways to interpret what you are seeing. Here are a few examples from my latest trip to Central Park.
Using a tree as a frame for the NW entrance to the park.
A close up of the bridge from the entrance.
Compared with a zoomed out look and using the trees as a frame.
A tree between rocks.
Move to the side of the rocks and the image changes dramatically.
Under the bridge looking toward the waterfall in the loch.
Using the path as foreground but at a difficult angle on the path.
The full image.
With the rock in the foreground it looks like the Health Care Center is on a mountain.
Ye olde baseball diamond.
How turning the camera can change the feel of a shot.
And one more without the portion of the arch in the foreground.
Next week: A walk through Carl Schurz Park.
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