Riverside Drive in New York City is full of elegant turn of the century mansions and doors. Here are three. The Hendrik Hudson, River Mansion and The Buddhist Church doesn’t have a very nice building, but I like the statue.
I love the annual Optic Conference. This year Optic 2020, organized by David Brommer, is digital and anyone can join to watch the presentations or enter images for critiques and prizes starting on June 7. I highly recommend it to all you photographers out there.
Here are my entries for possible critiques in 9 categories:
The first set is from the Ravine and Butterfly Gardens in Central Park (map). A few of these gave me a bit of trouble to identify.
The second set of flowers are in the Conservatory Garden. I am stuck on the last two. Does anyone know what they are called?
A friend, Fritz, from the Butterfly Club in NYC helped me identify the red daisy like flower. It is Great Masterwort (Astrantia major ‘Rubra’).
The flowers caught my eye, then the door.
After visiting Ward Pound Ridge Reservation in the morning of June 21st we drove down to Jamaica Bay in he afternoon and saw an additional 25 species of birds for the day in an hour. The jet speed antics of the Tree Swallows are such fun to watch.