This week Ailsa’s Travel Theme is yellow. This is one of Kongo’s favorite colors so he went monkey wild going through his library to pick out favorite yellow-themed photos. See more yellow at Ailsa’s Where’s My Backpack. Continue reading Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Yellow
Yesterday Kongo took advantage of an absolutely glorious October Sunday to spend a few hours in New York’s Central Park. The weather was warm but every once in a while a cool, chilling breeze chased along the paths, reminding everyone of colder days ahead. Maple trees were particularly spectacular. Sycamores had already lost most of their leaves. A huge Breast Cancer Walk added plenty of activities and noise with a band, banging drums, and splashes of pink everywhere. Continue reading “Central Park Sunday”
So Kongo is back in New York City for another weekend and after riding the Acela up from Philadelphia he headed over to the Brooklyn Bridge. He’s wanted to shoot some images from the pedestrian walkway on the bridge for a couple of years but never seemed to have the time before.
The monkey spent four days in New York last week and over the weekend attending a National Geographic Photo Workshop with Joe McNally. The workshop was great, Joe was fantastic as always, and the support group hosting the event was superb. Here’s a few of Kongo’s shots that included players, posers, crazies, and a view. The sax player above is from Russia. He had staked out a great spot within a tunnel in Central Park with great acoustics and great afternoon light. Continue reading “New York Streets”
Ailsa’s Travel Theme this week is DISTANCE so Kongo has included a few distance images from travels over the past year. See more distance photos at Ailsa’s Where’s My Backpack blog and join the fun in her weekly theme challenges. The shot above is of downtown San Diego, California.
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