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By | February 7, 2018

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Unstable
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Image by Stuck in Customs
I was in a remote ranch in Montana for a week last year. Almost every day we would head out to ride horses, find a distant fishing hole, or just randomly explore. Everything was great until I decided to test the bear spray into the wind.

from my daily photo blog at www.stuckincustoms.com

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Central Park foliage photo-walk, Nov 2009 – 09
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Image by Ed Yourdon
This was a 3-image, handheld HDR shot — taken from an area near the southwest corner of Central Park, looking east towards Fifth Avenue.

Note: this photo was published in a Mar 20, 2010 Wikimedia Commons blog with the title "Looking_towards_Fifth_Avenue_from_Central_Park_during_Autumn,_NYC." It was also published in a May 12, 2011 Manhattan Tumblr blog, titled "The Upper East Side, from the pond."

Moving into 2012, the photo was published in a Jun 5, 2012 blog titled "The Urban Conservationist."

Note: A large percentage of my "landscape" photos (including the ones in this set) are now copyright-protected, and are not available for downloads and free use. You can view them here in Flickr, but if you would like prints, enlargements, framed copies, and other variations, please visit my SmugMug "NYC HDR" gallery by clicking here.

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On Nov 6, 2009 a group of roughly 150 members of the NYC Digital Photography Meetup Group (which comprises some 2,556 members, according to its website) assembled at the southeast corner of New York’s Central Park for a "meetup" that consisted of a walk through Central Park to capture the fall foliage. A few people knew each other from previous meetups, but most of us were there for the first time, and knew only that we were in the midst of a lot of people with "serious" cameras. Introductions were made, hands were shaken, cameras were compared, but with rare exceptions, names were quickly forgotten — except for lyman91, who served as the organizer for the afternoon’s activities. After all, it wasn’t a college mixer; we were there to get some nice photographs…

Once we got started, we walked past the pond in the southeast corner of the park, up to a picturesque bridge, and then along the southern edge of the park until we reached another picturesque bridge by the southwest corner of the park. From there, we ventured north, past Tavern on the Green, past the Sheep Meadow, up to the 72nd Street entrance (where many photos were dutifully snapped of Strawberry Fields, and the Dakota apartment building where John Lennon lived at the time of his death). We then walked around parts of the boat pond, and a little further north into the Ramble … at which point, the late-afternoon shadows were dark enough that I decided to call it a day and head on home.

As someone observed early in the walk, "fall foliage" in New York City is not the same as it is up in Vermont and New Hampshire. There are no fiery reds, no mountainsides of bright orange trees. Our trees are more subdued: there were a few bright yellow ones (don’t ask me what kind they were; I have no idea), but most of the trees were "rust-colored" at best.

Still, it was a pleasant walk; the temperature was a little cool, but the skies were a brilliant blue, and there wasn’t a cloud to be seen. I took fewer photos than I would have expected — only about 300 — and I’ll upload the "keepers" throughout the week, as I edit them and put them in reasonable shape… and I’ll look forward to another photo meetup sometime in the future. Next time, hopefully I will remember a few names…

Sasebo Seaside Festival
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Image by Sue Ann Simon

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