Friday, November 20, 2009

This week I continued to head out with my 1.8 lens and search for interesting scenes in the low light of a mostly rainy week.

One of the things all New Yorkers know is that getting a cab in the rain can be tough.  The first shot is of some folks leaving a black tie event trying to get a cab around 10:30p.   In the distance you can see the new Highline Park winding through the scene.

The second shot is all about wondering why the new sidewalk ramp areas are so bright and bumpy - it would seem harder on a wheelchair - but i'm assuming it's like the rumble strips before a highway toll - suggesting anyone in a wheelchair slow down before crossing... 
They look like a large Lego mat and they work to make the scene a bit more interesting on a dreary day.

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A Quick Look at the 1972 Hasselblad 500C/M

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