A few early Spring flowers on the High Line in Manhattan.
High Line Details
After a very long wait due to the chip shortage I bought a NIKKOR Z MC 105mm f2-8 VR S lens for my Nikon Z7 camera. I love the lens. It is so much lighter than the micro lens one I use on my Nikon D750. I took it for its first test run to the High Line when I walked back home from B& H Camera and Video store at 34th Street. No edits necessary on these photographs.
High Line – Hudson Yards
I needed to get my camera sensor cleaned and while waiting I stopped off at the top end of the High Line Park by the Hudson Yards (See and Do at the Hudson Yards). I like using iNaturalist to identify the flowers. You can use it anywhere.
High Line Views
Also on last Sunday at the High Line. I look forward to the opening of Little Island in the Hudson. I photographed 2 of the art instantons that interested me.
High Line Plants
Last Sunday we walked on the High Line. I didn’t take the time to use iNaturalist to identify all the Spring flowers.
The High Line edits
Before and After editing images of the High Line taken on March 1, 2021.
HL Plants Before and After
Before photographs with minimal processing and after with full editing and processing of winter plants photographed on the High Line Park in New York City. The yellow flowers are Witch-hazel. I just learned from a fellow blogger that there is a before and after slider. It is one of the blocks we can use in WordPress. This gives you and idea of how much I enhance images in Lightroom and Photoshop to make them look how I feel they should.
Move the sliders to see the before (left) and after (right).
Another walk along the High Line Park in New York City. Someday we might go see the Edge. It is a bit pricey so once will be enough.