Boston by night

While my sister was at a hockey game, I frolicked along the Charles River in Cambridge with my camera and tripod. I’m not completely satisfied with how the HDRs came out, but I’ll attribute that to the fact that I was just learning how to use Photomatix at the time. One of these days I’ll revisit the RAW files and have another go.

The calm of the night

Boats from Cambridge

Boston skyline

Boston skyline

All shots taken with the 400D & 10-22.

NYC from Hoboken

After work, I hopped over to Hoboken to take pictures of the Manhattan skyline from NJ. It was a great evening to spend in the park!

Hoboken park-frolicking

Taking in Manhattan

Relaxing afternoon in the park

Rainbow fountain in Hoboken

All shots taken with the 400D & 17-50.

September 11, 2008

On 9/11/08, I went down to Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park to admire the Tribute in Light over the Manhattan skyline. As an added bonus, I also got to see some of the waterfall installations along the river. At any rate, photographing NYC’s bridges is a tireless hobby of mine, especially at night. It just never gets old!

The last two shots are HDRs created with Photomatix.


Brooklyn/Manhattan Bridges

9/11 Tribute in Light

9/11 Tribute in Light

All shot with the 400D & 10-22.

London from the South Bank

On my first day in London, Melvin and I walked from his flat in Island Gardens, through the foot tunnel across the Thames, and over to Greenwich. We wandered around the naval college campus, saw the meridian line, and walked past the London Eye. I rather liked this area and all its greenery!

Classic shot across the Thames

London Eye

Greenwich Foot Tunnel

Old Royal Naval College

Greenwich Park

All shot with the 400D & 10-22.

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