Friends and photographers, I hope this finds you well.
On this dry but humid morning of July 31, I managed to go photo wandering. I felt It would be the only day I would be able to and I was correct. The rest of the week did not cooperate with my plans.
I woke up early, as usual, and made my way to New York. On this day I decided to walk with my Sony A6300 with my 55-210. It was a decision I made after re-watching “A Day With Jay Maisel” where he used a 70-300 for walking around the city. I needed a new experience. Usually I wander around with a wide angle lens.
I saw much that morning, choosing to walk along the Hudson River. There, I thought there might be a better breeze. On the route to the river, I ran across a person in the midst of meditation. I am always amazed at where people are willing to do things in the city.
I tried to get closer to the river at a park near the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, however, there were too many people sleeping rough, so I moved on. Making my way up the walking path, along the Hudson , I got lost in thought. The next thing I knew, I was on 52 street. With my time walking being finite, I made my way to 8th avenue and back to Penn Station. It was a good walk
For some it seems senseless , me wandering around , taking photos. It’s something I really enjoy. Here are the frames from my latest bit of photo wandering.