I stroll through Central Park a couple times a year. Sometimes the walk is the same and nothing inspires me. This time, I came across this framing and I think it is perfect. What do you think? And where is your favorite place to take a scroll?
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The Pavilion at Brookfield Place opened up less than a year ago and with that, Hudson Eats, Le District and new upscale shopping stores also are open for business! Main attractions at Brookfield Place are the two 54 columns supporting the roof. (http://pcparch.com/project/pavilion-at-brookfield-place) A view of one of the columns from below:
Being high up on a rooftop and seeing the Manhattan skyline for the first time is breathtaking. But after while, the view gets a bit old and the pictures look the same. This time around, I tried to tilt my framing, but I had to stick my camera out the ledge. I was deathly afraid to breathe and made sure shutter speed was quick! Moments later, I got this shot:
Looking at Lightroom, I wish I made adjustments during the shoot. I do wish I could have lower the ISO and increase the shutter to absorb the lights better. It would have been more crisp and detailed. The arches of the Chrysler Building would be sharper instead of the bright lights blur. Noted. Until next time...
A couple weekends ago was Open House New York. It is when various landmarks or locations in New York City are open for two days to the public. Not only does this include public access to locations but also tours. I really did not know where to go and when to go. I was overwhelm by the choices! These locations were the ones that were close by and caught my attention.