High Line Flower Fun

I love taking pictures of flowers with my AF-S Micro Nikkor 105mm f2.8 G ED lens. I took these Friday morning on the High Line.

Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017
Flowers on the High Line 4/15/2017

Central Park Spring Flowers

Photographed using a Nikon D750 with a Sigma 150-600 mm lens in Central Park Tuesday April 11. I find that my big lens can work a lot like a macro.

Virginia Bluebell, Central Park 4/11/2017
Virginia Bluebell, Central Park 4/11/2017
Rhododendron. Central Park 4/11/2017
Rhododendron. Central Park 4/11/2017
Chinese Barberry, Central Park 4/11/2017
Chinese Barberry, Central Park 4/11/2017
Peach, Central Park 4/11/2017
Peach, Central Park 4/11/2017
Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis, Central Park 4/11/2017
Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis, Central Park 4/11/2017

Macy’s Flower Show

Every year Macy’s at Herald Square has a spring flower show. I usually go. Some years are better than others. This year’s is a riot of color for the carnival theme. The poor fish must feel overwhelmed. I look a little better in the skinny mirror.

High Line Thaw

It is now suddenly very warm in New York City. Some early spring flowers include Witch Hazel and Pussy Willow. Crocii were in the lawn but off limits for photography.

Witch Hazel, High Line 2/19/2017
Witch Hazel, High Line 2/19/2017

I had fun watching a mocking bird gulp down berries:

A few photos of the High Line: