Every city has its unique vibe and all have something to offer. Those from London and Paris and New Delhi and Beijing and Rio de Janeiro might disagree – and maybe I have been too much influenced by American tv – but to my mind the Manhattan skyline is the quintessential image of a city
A photo captures a split second (to get technical, here 1/320 second) that tells a bigger story – in this case of families enjoying a street performer on a sunny Sunday afternoon in Montreal
U is for Magill University
A small benefit from the smog problem in New Delhi is spectacular sunsets
See sunsets from other blogging photographers over at Sunday Stills
This weeks travel photography theme is metal
The aircraft carrier Intrepid, now a museum in New York, is among the biggest movable pieces of metal one will ever see
I came across this little fellow with a twist in his tail while walking in Central Park yesterday. We don’t have squirrels in New Zealand so I always get a bit carried away with the number of photos I take when I spot one when travelling. You could tell that this was an urban squirrel very used to people – he came up very close (this isn’t cropped much at all) and just carried on with his business while I snapped away.
This weeks weekly photo challenge theme is work of art.
I am travelling overseas for work at the moment (three countries in two weeks), and no doubt I will have some classic interpretations on the theme later in the week when I am in New York when I hope to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In the meantime though here is one from New Delhi on Sunday
The geography in Wellington and the nature of employment in the central city lead to a concentrated commute – in transport planning parlance a “peaky peak”. The cross town bus services mostly pass through an interchange at the central railway station. On weekday mornings at the north end of Lambton Quay it feels like you can see the whole city on the move
This week Cee’s fun foto challenge theme is trees. I spotted this tree when out for a walk a couple of weeks ago but only had my camera phone with me and under quite harsh midday light. I went back with my DSLR in the late afternoon.
I’ve gone with a monotone treatment for this as to me what is interesting about this are the shapes and contrasts