Both images shot fairly close at 200mm (300mm equivalent).
Special cycling edition:
Above, a local restaurant window, serving take-out and delivery; below, yellow stripes for queuing outside a grocery-store and keeping an appropriate distance from the person in front and behind.
An iconic Manhattan site, water towers and tanks are so much easier to photograph from rooftops, with a tele-lens compressing many of them into a single shot.
An interesting arrangement of silver-white and black in color, tele-compressed at 200mm.
At 7 pm New Yorkers have been going to their windows and balconies to make noise and cheer all the essential workers, medical experts and personnel, grocers, delivery-people, etc, who make life under Covid bearable, possible, even. Most evenings I can’t see where all the noise is coming from (my wife and I joke that it’s applause for our cooking as we’re usually sitting down to dinner when it happens). From my rooftop eyrie a week and a half ago I got to see it from a whole new perspective.
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Some fantastice views from a rooftop on the Upper West Side on a beautiful Spring evening. Continuing to shoot with the tele-zoom at 200mm and enjoying the distance-compressing effects. Note the people in other rooftop gardens in all of the shots.