As the tourists focus on the street dancing performance in New York City’s Times Square, a few people look elsewhere.
The colorfulness of the original photo was overwhelming – just like Times Square can be in person. Going black and white seemed to make the photo easier to mentally digest.
These shots were taken outside a Times Square gift shop in New York City. Liberty is fragile.
An uncommon New York City site.
This is an early 1950s Pontiac Chieftan.
The northwest corner of Connecticut is home to Action Wildlife Foundation, an educational animal safari-type zoo with zebras, donkeys, llamas, bison, goats, sheep, deer and their friends. Action Wildlife includes a drive-through outdoor safari, a petting zoo and an indoor museum with animal habitat displays.
Action Wildlife is big enough to spend a couple of hours leisurely exploring. It is also a fun place to take photos.
Here are a few shots of the Metro-North New Haven Line Train which runs from New Haven, Connecticut to Grand Central Station in New York City.
New York City seems to have more pigeons than people. This is one of said pigeons. Continue reading
Taking a unique picture of a duck isn’t easy. Here’s my attempt.
It was a perfect fall morning in Central Park in New York City. The light was bright. The yellow and orange leaves on the trees reflected on the glass-like water as ducks gracefully swam past, putting on a show. Continue reading