Thursday, February 4, 2010

Tompkins Square Park at Dusk

26 comments:

C.A. said...

Beautiful, captivating photo. Just found your blog, love the photos!

Virginia said...

May I return the compliment? PERFECTO my friend. I love that curved path and the warm street lamps. Did mention the gnarly trees?
V

Ken Mac said...

Thanks C.A.!

-Denise said...

This is really wonderful.

altadenahiker said...

Did Mr. Romance remember the champagne?

Louis la Vache said...

Virginia, quit talking about «Louis'» knees.
oh
So sorry
You said 'trees' not 'knees'...

Kitty said...

Oooo, I like it! Kinda spooky.

and oddly deserted, too. Everytime I go there the park is loaded with people especially on the benches.

Chuck Pefley said...

NY has some really great parks sprinkled throughout the city. Tompkins is surely one of the nicer ones. Lovely photo.

Lily Hydrangea said...

I like how the lights are the one bright color in this shot.

Marie said...

I love the places you shown in your photos. The light and composition of this one are perfect. I miss NY so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Saretta said...

It looks evocative and...cold!

valeria said...

It looks so perfect for a romantic walk..

Melanie said...

Nice one.

Hilda said...

Where are all the people? Too cold? They're missing so much beauty. A wonderful photo, Ken Mac!

Birdman said...

I love this one... so welcoming. The trees are amazing as they reach skyward.

G.~ said...

Love it.

joo said...

Beautiful!

istanbuldailyphoto said...

wonderful image.

Daryl said...

I echo Virginia .. the angle, the lights .. perfection

Lori Skoog said...

Greetings Ken Mac! What a great shot...strong composition and I love the light.

All is well down there?

RuneE said...

The feeling of dusk - caught in a way that would have made the impressionists envious.

Dave said...

I like this photo Ken. - Dave

sonia a. mascaro said...

Very beautiful photo, Ken Mac!
I would love to be there...

Anonymous said...

nice read. I would love to follow you on twitter. By the way, did anyone learn that some chinese hacker had hacked twitter yesterday again.

Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Oh this is really a nice catch, tangley trees, warm lights, cold walkway, dusk...

BANJO52 said...

One of my favorites of yours, for all the reasons people have already mentioned. Light, mood and composition are just right.