Every few months I get bogged down with work. Life is all about ebbs and flows and this week is a time of ebbs.
On Friday night, I walked along the West Side highway as a thunderstorm rolled in. Even if it’s just the Hudson, it’s still great to be by the water.Here are some things that inspire me as of late:
When I find myself crowded by urban landscapes, I find the top of a building, or a bridge to hang out on. Cures it for couple days.
I'm not sure there is a real cure for pure wanderlust.
its hard to find a cure for it i think. i will be in Philadelphia in the next few weeks and will drop you a line,foster
Second shot here kinda minds me of a Dave Salle painting but without the adolescent erotica. Must be the blue and gray. Or is that grey?
you've got me dreaming about the zeiss lens now. these photos are awesome and i love the one of the airplane.
GSV JR,I never know which one it is and always mess that stuff up. i am dyslexic and barely learned to read, let alone distinguishing between synonyms. foster
Leila,i hate to rain on your parade, but these photos were taking with my sigma 50mm f1.4 its a slick lens as well.foster
those are great pictures. I like the sky and the landscape, they match well together
I miss walks along the Hudson. And it's good to escape the city–especially in the summer.
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Loving your journey.
Foster, I have just stumbled across your blog via "An Afternoon With" whi … your photography is so inspiring.I live in a beach side suburb in Australia,I'm longing for a much more Urban existence !!!
"just the Hudson"– learn some history, kid.
Beautiful shots around, especially the bridge and the sun…