Going through life with the lens cap off
As always, thanks, EVI. This flock of pigeons circled over Tompkins Square for about an hour, flying ever higher and growing ever smaller until they gradually drifted out of sight. There were a couple other people who were just as enthralled by this gentle ballet as I was. Luckily, I had my camera.
Hi Michael - How did you know about my writing group? I suppose I mentioned it in an earlier post. Please don't feel offended but it would be impossible for me to share more about the group via the blog or with bloggers. I'm sorry! Frankly - you don't need a writer's group - you've got it down already!
Hi EVI,Yes, you mentioned the writers group in a post on your blog from last year.Many thanks for your kind words on my efforts, but I'm anxious to improve.
PS -- Absolutely no offense taken on your wanting to keep the proceedings of the writers group confidential. I completely understand.
Many times I have watch a flock of birds take off and wanted to have my camera. The times I did I was not ready. Good shot!!Oh P.S. Thank for the link.
Thanks, Zen! Yes, I was very lucky to get this shot. As for the link, it's my pleasure.
Splendid mix of black and white, static and movement!
Thanks for your kind words, GZ!
Hey, very interesting pic!!!
Hey, Stranger, thanks as always for stopping by!
Thank you and gassho, Sujatin!
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