Early in June I took these photos at the Hudson River Park near us. There was a family of Canada Geese on the walkway. A man gave the goslings a dish of water. They didn’t mind all the people passing by.
Greenwich Village and the Hudson River
I haven’t seen the streets in my neighborhood so empty since 9/11.
Above the couple of panoramas created in my cell phone is one I call “Hudson River Park – flames.” When I saw the rust pattern on the floating dock it mirrored a same shape in the skyline. I superimposed the pattern in Photoshop on the skyline to bring out what I imagined.
I was intrigued by the little yellow tufts on one berry on this bush. I did a search and came up with Cedar-hawthorn Rust (Crataegus).
A timeless scene. It’s hard to spot the dog digging for a stick.
I reworked an old image today.