Monday, October 23, 2006

Recent Central Park Landscapes and Park Details

I've really been feeling landscapes lately and on my way to and from work, I cut throught the beautiful Central Park. Autumn is the perfect time of year to shoot landscapes because the quality of light is rich and the change of foliage color makes for beautiful photos. Still been shooting these with my small Nikon Coolpix camera. Maybe I'll take my professional equipment out and REALLy work the landscapes over! Enjoy!

Changing Leaf






Central Park Reservoir




Waterfall


Pine Cones


Reservoir and dramatic sky








Wood Gate Detail


Water refllection: foliage, leaves, water, sky


Path to stone steps

3 comments:

ProfessorGQ said...

Autumn is the prettiest season, don't you agree?

Ocean said...

Yeah it is! The most dramatic too!

Joseph said...

You are quite right. I remember doing the same as an undergrad, going out to CP with my 35MM. Great place!