It was deserted on the High Line today. Everyone was home having Thanksgiving dinner or out shopping and there were almost no tourists. The strong windy made it hard for me to get in a few decent macro shots.
The greenhouse had a chrysanthemum exhibit. Even though the Conservatory was partially closed there was plenty of flowers to photograph in the garden.
Kiku at NYBG https://www.nybg.org/event/kiku-spotlight-tradition/
Third of four NYBG posts
I spent a day in the New York Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY last weekend with the Sierra Photo NY group. We split up and went our own way and met up for lunch and dinner.
This first post in the series of four posts are photographs I either unsaturated parts of or made completely black and white.
I think we all love the colors of Autumn. Taken on the High Line Park in New York with my Samsung Note 10+. Marc’s captured (two at the end) his with a Samsung Galaxy 10+. These cell phone cameras keep getting better and better. I shot most of mine in RAW which gives more data in the lights to play with in Lightroom.
I love moss and Lichen. There was plenty there to photograph. Autumn leaves and rushing streams too. I was luck to catch a kinglet with a large grub. I didn’t have me long lens so missed photographing the others I saw.