More from my adventures in NYC with my daughter…using our little point and shoot; Sony Cyber Shot – No pro-camera along for a day with my little one.
Scooby – the horse that led our carriage ride around Central Park
Alone and Thoughtful in Central Park
Reflections with Cigars and the Game
Skating Under “the Tree”
You probably had one of the last carriage rides through Central Park Robyn, the new mayor is stopping them. Great shots and it just goes to show the best camera is the one you have with you. Enjoy your evening 😀
That is so disappointing Joe! I hate to hear that. What are all of those carriage drivers going to do for work? It is such a joy to ride through the park…especially when it is snowing at dusk and the lights are on. Thanks for your compliment on the pictures! Enjoy the day! Robyn
I know it is sad but I guess the new mayor has something against horses or carriages. It is beautiful to ride through the park in one of them. Thank you and enjoy your day also Robyn 😀
Beautiful shots Robyn. I don’t know that I could have pulled off such beautiful photographs with a point and shoot…love them in black and white. New York is at it’s best during the holidays, I’m happy you were able to enjoy with your daughter!
Thanks Elisa! Since I had no control over aperture, shutter speed and ISO I focused on composition…just made the best of the tools I had to work with! 😉
Love these! Thank you (and your daughter!) for showing what it means to be a good photographer.
So very sweet of you Darla! Thank you!
Interesting to see these pictures of New York, Robyn – thanks! My mind always boggles at how large your cities are. Adrian
My pleasure Adrian! NYC is huge! So many people, so many great things to see!
Great shots of the city life
Thank you Nora!
Beautiful shots of NYC. It’ll be sad to see the horses and carriages go away. They’re one of the things that make NYC.
Thank you David. You are so correct, the horses will indeed be missed! They are a favorite of my family!
These are so wonderful, Robyn. A terrific variety, and in each picture I feel like I’m right there. Ansel Adams would be impressed with what you accomplish with a point and shoot camera and black and white film!
Thank you Marylin! You are so generous with your compliments! 😉
Terrific images Robyn. The black & white is a great choice.
Thanks so much Edith! Have a great weekend! Robyn