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Old Oct 18, 2013, 9:58 AM   #11
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I used the 12-50mm and 9-18mm

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nice shots, I really like the first and the last with that cool effect on the moving water!
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nice shots, I really like the first and the last with that cool effect on the moving water!
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Old Oct 24, 2013, 10:33 AM   #14
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Marcello, by chance was the park named after the same Harriman who built the passenger coaches in the 20's, 30"s?
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Old Oct 25, 2013, 12:59 PM   #15
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Hi James,

I undestand the park was named like that because the Harriman's donated the land.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harrima...ork%29#History

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Hi Marcelo,

Great travelogue. As others have already mentioned #9 is also my fave.

Took a trip into Central Park this past weekend and was surprised to see little to no fall colors as yet.

Not sure if you're into photographing butterflies, but, the Museum of Natural History has a live butterfly exhibit that is nothing short of remarkable.
Cameras and monopods are allowed into the exhibition which features rare butterflies and moths from around the globe. What's fascinating is the fact that the lifespan of both is relatively short, so the exhibit changes often as new butterflies are brought in week.
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Old Oct 29, 2013, 7:49 PM   #17
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Hi Zig,

I'm glad you like the pictures.

We don't have colors yet in Central Park but Long Island looks a little yellow and red now.

I hope you enjoyed the stay in NYC, it was a little cold.

Thank you for the tip about the butterfly exhibit, I just sent the info to my photo club and there is some people interested.

I just received a new lens for my D600 and I'll be testing it at the shore this weekend.
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Beautiful place, but after 4-5 miles, someone coulda pulled the camera off my dead body and posted these as their own

What a place to go for a stroll. I hope we get some color half as good as that.
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Beautiful place, but after 4-5 miles, someone coulda pulled the camera off my dead body and posted these as their own

What a place to go for a stroll. I hope we get some color half as good as that.
Thank you Greg,

I really enjoy hiking on that park, I would love to be there in the first snow of winter to take some pictures.

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