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Although I really enjoy the crisp colors of winter skies, it will be nice to see the spring colors. Here are some recent images from NYC.




March 24th Sunrise - nikkor 35-70 (click for larger image)
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Saint Patricks Cathedral - 3 row 12 image, nikkor 35-70 (click for larger image)
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Time Warner Center - 3 row 15 image, nikkor 35-70 (click for larger image)
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Sherry Netherland - 3 image nikkor 35-70
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Hudson River Walkway - 10 image nikkor 12-24 (click for larger image)
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Upper Westside Manhattan - 30 image nikkor 180mm (click for larger image)
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Empire State Building - nikkor 35-70 (click for larger image)
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Gotham - 2 row 10 image nikkor 12-24 (click for larger image)
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Hudson River Walkway 2 - nikkor 180
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Regards

RFC
 
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Very excellent images Robert.
Yes I agree spring in central park will be so great to see again
I just so much enjoy Central Park images that you make (create)
You have conveyed the weather with images in a great way
 
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these are all amazing! way to go! i love these, so keep 'em coming!
 
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Fabulous images as always ....... you are indeed a 'pano master'. Will look for your response on how you put these images together. Thanks for sharing.
 

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hi robert-

nice work as usual. i've never been inside st. patricks's, after seeing your photo i see what i've missed.

ricky
 
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Brilliant series Robert. I just have to get started on my wide angle tour of Paris . You're photos are just really motivatiing !
 
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I so enjoy seeing your posts indicating lots of images to behold!!! It's like opening presents on Christmas morning...
Seeing your NYC photographs and panos is like taking a mini vacation there :smile: Thank you so much for sharing these.
I never managed to get to St. Patrick's Cathedral on any of my NYC trips - your photo tells me now I should!
 
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Hi Gilbert, Brian-S, Gale, Panos Kazanelis, Nuccifamily, Logan, Mike Mac, Sonuj2, Philippe Roger, FKS, Anthony747, Julien, Ronnies, TOLady, VictorM, Louis Champan, and Seafoxfla:


Thanks you everyone for taking the time to leave such nice comments. Most of my hobbies tend to fade with time, but this one seems to still have some kick in it. I am really looking forward to the warm weather so I can hit the streets :) Hope all of you have a wonderful spring season.



Brian-S & Sonuj2 : the panoramas were done with Ptgui (www.ptgui.com) It is really a wonderful program. If you are interested in panorama basics here is a good link http://www.yellowecho.com/panoramic1.htm


Thanks again

Regards

RFC
 
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