The frigid weather has meant going out a lot less and also the people one encounters when out are bundled up more (and likely wearing anti-Covid masks), meaning much less expressive. As a result, I’m out of new pictures again, so it’s back to the archives for now…
Taken in the summer of 2008 (and sorry about the copyright overlay) in a brief summer deluge of a shower, this has been one of my most popular images over the years.
…Thanksgiving we went for a walk in Riverside Park where Autumn was finishing in a blaze of color. Click any image to see them all bigger (mobile device results may vary).
The goats are back in Riverside Park this summer to perform their weeding and trimming tasks. Click any image to see them all enlarged.
Another archival shot of my daughter and a friend from May 2004. A jpeg from the Dimage A1.
Sticking in the archives for now, here are another couple of low-res jpegs, shot on a family Kodak digital 2MP from the summer of 2001 (I think – the EXIF data conflicts with the date embedded in the file name).
Not a lot going on, so it’s back to the archives for more ancient goodness.
One of my most popular images, it’s sold at charity auctions and been written up in exhibition reviews. My daughter (standing, 2nd from left) and 2 of her friends in a sudden summer rainstorm in Riverside Park in July 2008, and a boy who was interested in the big girls’ conversation, ponder something on the tip of a finger while the parents took shelter under an overhang and I pulled out my long zoom.