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Old Nov 6, 2011, 8:36 PM   #1
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Default D7000 spends a weekend in NYC part- II

Spent part of morning taking a walk thru Central Park. Not often you get to see the Poet's Walk without any people on it. this morning , the walk was roped off
for clean up.
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Another bridge:



Yes, there are still some flowers:



Went to Pier 62 and took a boat ride thru the Hudson River on the Manhattan, a beautiful wooden vessel.



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Old Nov 10, 2011, 9:56 AM   #2
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Very nice pictures Zig, the first one is a classic scene of Central Park, I'll be there Saturday Morning, I hope I can find some fall colors to shoot ... it is no people there, how early was when you shoot the picture?

On the second picture the bridge looks beautiful wearing those red leaves.

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Old Nov 10, 2011, 2:18 PM   #3
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Very nice pictures Zig, the first one is a classic scene of Central Park, I'll be there Saturday Morning, I hope I can find some fall colors to shoot ... it is no people there, how early was when you shoot the picture?

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Hi Marcelo,

Actually we weren't there very early at all. Say about 7 am. It was quite busy that morning with lots of people enjoying the beautiful morning.

The reason for the lack of people was that the entire Poet's walk was fenced off to the public as to allow the Park's workers to clean up and chip all the trees and limbs that had fallen during the previous storm. The workers were also very busy installing crowd control fencing for the Marathon which was to take place on Sunday.

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Great shots.

Absolutely love the bridge.
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