Recently, on my Facebook page, and in my new Blog, I’ve been focusing on my newly crafted Conceptual Photography category.
However, I thought it would be a good thing to mix it up with some examples of my Traditional Photography. Straight out of the camera,
with just some basic editing.
And since we are still in the throes of winter, I chose this piece as today’s feature.
It was taken at Poet’s Walk of New York City’s Central Park.
We were actually on the way to a destination in New Jersey. But there had been a decent snowfall the night before,
and I convinced Bill to take a detour to NYC.
I had seen, and been inspired by, photos I’ve seen of this very place engulfed by snow.
So I just couldn’t resist the chance to take a picture of my very own.
Luckily, I had my wide angle lens, as well as my brand new hi – res Canon camera,
and I just started shooting.
I think the towering, stately, beautiful elm trees are my favorite things in this picture.
I’m always looking for lines and curves as I compose, and you can’t find more beautiful curves than those snow covered limbs.
The person in the red jacket was an added bonus!
Hope you enjoy this piece. And since you are already on my site, please take a moment to check out all of the Galleries within.
There’s quite a bit of variety in them, so hopefully there will be something for everyone to relate to!