Here are some shots that I took outside last weekend. Just so you all don't think I only photograph my son! (although he is my main subject at the moment!)
Not the most exciting picture of the Verrazano Bridge. But I got it centered in the middle of the picture! And I thought that the combination of the on-ramp, the bridge and the trees in the park were a good representation of the area of Brooklyn that I live in. Its on the water, but still urban and made up of people who commute to Manhattan.
What is it? OK. I will tell you. It's moss growing at the edge of the asphalt in the park's playground. I loved the green of the moss against the black asphalt.
I love the angle of the trees, and the fact that they are all growing at the same angle. Also there are a series of multiples in this shot. The trees, the benches, the fence posts, the street lights. There are even two pigeons in the foreground (shock! multiple pigeons in NYC!!!) There is only the one lone person walking.
Looking forward to snapping away this weekend!