Another candid capture at one of my all time favorite locations, Bethesda Terrace and Fountain, located in Central Park, Manhattan
My wife and I had last Saturday off from work and whilst looking for something to do indoors on a blistering cold winter morning with windchills driving down the temperature into the single digits we found ourselves at what was the old Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower in Brooklyn.
What a treat it was considering the unique architecture of this iconic building. Completed in the late 1920’s in a modernised Byzantine-Romanesque style with 63 foot vaulted ceilings this place could have been a church!
Considering I was heading to a flea market I did not carry any of my Nikon’s and as the old saying goes the best camera is the one you have with you, I used my Google Pixel for this shot.
American Indian Pow Wow, Long Island, New York
Nikon D610 200mm 1/160 sec at f2.8 ISO 800
Celebrate our Diversity,
For we are very different;
Respect our uniqueness,
For each of us are distinct;
For in the end we are but one,
We all represent Humanity;
In a little speck of the universe,
On a planet we call earth.
Kandy, the hill capital of the Island of Sri Lanka was also the Kingdom of Kandy from 1469 till 1815, rich in history, culture and biodiversity the city has a very special place in my heart having been my childhood home
This is the grand entryway to the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, the flagship building of the New York Public Library from 5th Avenue, Manhattan, originally opened to the general public in 1911
This photograph was captured while visiting South Carolina last year and credit to the above caption should go to Joe Giordano as it was he who drew the parallel between this photo and Mister Ed, the talking horse, featured in the popular American sitcom going back to the 1960’s