A benefit of staying overnight on the Island is we got to see a wonderful sunset and dawn. These images are undoctored.
The B&H cruise sailed out into the Upper New York Bay out to the Stature of Liberty.
The 82-foot schooner, Shearwater, was hand built in 1929 from native hardwoods. It is a New York City floating designated landmark.
The setting sun as seen through the canyons of Manhattan during the #Optic2019 Cruise.
A team effort by my husband, Marc, and I. I wasn’t able to go out on July 25, 2016, so I adjusted the camera settings and sent Marc down the block to take some shots of what I could tell would be a lovely post thunderstorm sunset. The photos were a bit too dark but I was able to fix that in Lightroom.
At the end of the street where I live is the Hudson River. It is pleasent there of a summer evening. When I took the first image a Black-crowned Night Heron happend to be flying by.