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Posts Tagged Fall

Posts Tagged ‘Fall’

Fall Foliage Part 2

Posted on: January 13th, 2013 by Gerry | 3 Comments

Here are some more of fall foliage photographs up and down the east coast.  For this group the photos where taken all over Hudson Valley from Hudson to Woodstock, NY.  I just love the fall colors in the east coast.  Enjoy and feel free to ask any questions!

Fall Morning

Fall Morning

Mt Tremper, New YorkFall Afternoon

Mt Tremper, New York
Fall Afternoon

Mt Tremper, New YorkFall Afternoon

Mt Tremper, New York
Fall Afternoon

Fall Afternoon

Fall Afternoon

Mt Tremper, New YorkFall Afternoon

Mt Tremper, New York
Fall Afternoon

Mt Tremper, New YorkFall Afternoon

Mt Tremper, New York
Fall Afternoon

Fall Morning

Fall Morning

Fall Sunset

Fall Sunset

Fall Sunset

Fall Sunset

Windy Fall Sunset

Windy Fall Sunset

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Fall Foliage

Posted on: January 5th, 2013 by Gerry | 6 Comments

Fall is my favorite season. I love it cause it starts to get cooler and love love the fall colors. I have been traveling up and down the east coast to photograph the fall season. I travelled as far North as Vermont and as far south as Washington DC. I didn’t plan it this way but it worked out that I was in Washington DC early October and I was in Vermont mid to late October. In between I stopped by my favorite area the Hudson Valley. So for this post I have for you photographs from Vermont. Enjoy and let me know what you think by leaving comments and questions.

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

Manchester, VT

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Fall in Central Park

Posted on: November 15th, 2010 by Gerry | No Comments

Top: Nikon D700, 16-35mm, 1/35 sec @ f/8.0, ISO 200, Hard Step Reverse ND Grad Filter Bottom Left: Nikon D700, 16-35mm, 0.5 sec @ f/8.0, ISO 200, Polarizing Filter Bottom Right: Nikon D700, 16-35mm, 1/20 sec @ f/8.0, ISO 200, Polarizing Filter

Hello there!! I know that It’s been a while since the last time I posted something. I have been trying to update the website and make some improvements. I just been very busy at work and I kind of been slacking on my photography. I am trying to change that and re-evaluate updating my blog weekly, I think that was too ambitious in my part. I will do my best to post every few weeks, I think that is more realistic than a weekly posting.

For this posting I went back to one of my favorite places to photograph in NYC at my favorite time of the year, fall. I was able to leave work early one afternoon and I work near the south east entrance (59th Street and 5th Ave) of Central Park so I just started walking from there. I headed up north through Central Park Zoo and then headed north west. The top picture was taken from Oak Bridge, a narrow arm of Central Park Lake at its northernmost tip connecting the path along the West Drive and the Ramble. I love this picture because I like how the buildings just kind of pop out behind the lush trees and this beautiful lake.

The bottom two pictures are of Bethesda Fountain. I have photographed this fountain many times but I just love coming back here. Under the Bethesda Terrace is the lower passage, it’s a must see in my opinion. I just love photographing this passage. The colors and the fine detail on the walls and ceiling are just amazing and as an added plus there’s always some type of musical performance.

I hope you enjoy these pictures as much as I enjoyed making them and I’ll see you guys on the next update. As usual please leave questions, comments and/or suggestions.

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Sleepy Hollow

Posted on: June 7th, 2010 by Gerry | 1 Comment

Nikon D80, 1/1000Sec, f/1.8, ISO 800, 50 MM

I’m taking a break from Acadia National Park photographs and I’m going back several months for this photo. We were around Sleepy Hollow during Halloween last year and decided to walk around the famous Sleepy Hollow cemetery. It was a beautiful cemetery, the trails in and around the cemetery was just visually amazing. The color of the trees were still changing and the elaborate mausoleums were just fantastic. The few notable people that we saw at cemetery ranged from Walter Chrysler, commissioned the Chrysler Building and founded the Chrysler Corporation, to Leona Helmsley, who bequeathed $12 million to her dog. The Helmsley mausoleum was specially memorable because it had a stained-glass panorama of the Manhattan skyline. I had a great time photographing the cemetery, with this photo I love the different color of the trees, the dried leaves on the ground, the S shape curve of the road and the row of headstones on the right side of the picture. I specially like this picture because if you don’t look hard enough you can’t tell that it’s a cemetery. Well I hope you like it as much as I do. Please leave comments and questions. Have a great week.

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