Converted to black and white using onOne.
Composit of two photos taken in Central Park 9/16/2016. A Northern Cardinal posted on Early Fall – Central Park and a landscape.
This was a surprise — a Yellow-bellied Flycatcher near the Humming Tombstone by Tupelo Meadow, in the Central Park Ramble yesterday. Hope I got the ID correct.
The National Museum of the American Indian – New York, the George Gustav Heye Center, is located within the historic Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House. The museum has permanent and temporary exhibitions, music and dance performances, films, and symposia about the Native people of the Americas.
Photographed on the High Line.
Built in 1938 on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada, when post offices were much more important. Note the special door that used to be just for telegraphs. Now the post office is a gift shop.
The rigging in Stacy Fischer’s photo of Balclutha, a full-rigged ship built in 1886 now in San Francisco, was quite a challenge to mask so that I could put in a different backgrround.
Created for Stacy Fischer’s One Photo Focus, September 2016.
I made an animated gif showing 3 versions: The original ship, one with no ice, and then one with ice.
The Swallowtail Lighthouse on Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick, Canada photographed in 2012. One viewer asked why is it called Swallowtail. I looked at a map and saw that of Grand Manan; the shape of North Head and Swallowtail point, that the lighthouse is on, resembles the point of a Swallowtail butterflies wing.
About the lighthouse: