As you can see, Brooklyn Bridge Park provides a stunning view of lower Manhattan. I’ve recently begun experimenting with the panorama feature on my phone’s camera with mixed results, but I think this was one of the better photos it’s yielded. This was not the best time of day to be taking photos at this particular location, but it still produced a decent photo. One quick note: there’s a helipad way down there in lower Manhattan. If watching helicopters land is your bag, Brooklyn Bridge Park is the place for you.
This photograph of rain is just another example of me taking pictures of stuff I didn’t think I could take pictures of in the first place – like smoke. Too bad I never got to take any photography classes in college… I guess taking photos of any subject is simply a matter of having the right lighting and background to make said subject show up… I guess.
Anyway, yeah, – a picture of the rain. Never thought I’d get that particular shot. I presume this isn’t what Creedence was talking about.
This spider has set up residence in the garage above the garbage cans. It’s probably a good spot for him… cycle of life, I guess. He’s welcome to stay there and do spider things until he gets too crazy with the web – then I’m bringing that knucklehead outside to be an amazing spider in the bushes.
I know there’s nothing in the photo for scale, but trust me when I tell you that this moth is at least two inches long. Seriously, On the real, For Real – whatever you prefer. It’s a really big moth. I first noticed the moth when the beating of his wings started knocking things over in the kitchen. The damn house shook when he landed on the wall.
So I’m saying the moth is big.