Being the Continuing Adventures of a Woman and her Trusty Kayak in New York Harbor, the Hudson River, and Beyond.
(with occasional political rants just to keep things lively!)
I can't decide. For pure photography, Radio City. The star for sentimental reasons....All good Bonnie, all very good
Great shots! The last picture definitely depicts a winter sky. With the Solstice coming tomorrow, can Spring be far behind?
Radio City is so iconic, it's hard to choose another, but the last photo sums up how I tend to see winter!
The final picture was from our Saturday paddle. Lovely quiet day out on the bay. Lots of loons - 5 in drysuits, similar numbers of the feathered variety. We started out under beautiful blue skies, mid 30's with a light but steady breeze adding a touch of wind chill. We paddled about 7 miles to a sheltered lunch spot in Gerritson Creek, then back again. The sky turned all wintery as we neared the Paerdegat.
OK, actually it was such a nice day, applying the word "loons" to the non-feathered set isn't quite appropriate. This wasn't one of those ones where we came back coated in ice. We do those sometimes - that does take a certain degree of loon-acy!
Beautiful pics. I like the one of Radio City for the sheer glowing quality of the lights. That last picture is a good contrast to the others ... and op, the line that comes to mind is "When Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?" I already did a Poetry Corner on that one, but maybe a repeat is in order.
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