Friday, April 17, 2009

Eagle hunting and more NYC

Well, I've hiked, tracked down a covered bridge, been to NYC...what could I do today? How about bald eagle hunting? :) In a recent conversation, I heard of a place where there are 2 nesting eagle pairs, each with 1 baby eagle. I set out in search of the place, excited. As I pulled my car over and began walking down an abandoned road, I suddenly heard a strange noise that I had never encountered before. Slowly, silently, I continued down the pathway. The sound was up in the trees somewhere ( a later google search revealed that I was actually hearing the eagles! How cool!) I didn't end up seeing them, but took this picture revealing their habit.


Back to NYC...I really tried to capture some candid normal people/activity shots and here is what I came up with:

Chess players around 115st

Bin of extreme rubber balls (a kid threw one in just as I was taking the shot!)

Curly haired boy with mom crossing the street


College student takes a break from studying

Orange boots and shadows

7 comments:

trishalyn said...

These are beautiful, Jayme! You captured some amazing images from the city. The chess photo is wonderful! I love how you focused on the hands. It's hard to choose, but I do think that is my favorite (though I love them all). I think you were lucky to have that kid throw the ball in just as you took the shot...it's awesome! And I love the shadow image with the orange boots. Great day...and your photos bring it all back. Thank you! :-)

Framing Images and Memories said...

How cool to have heard the eagles, though you didn't see any. Your NYC photos are really strong. The chess photo, cropped to the hands is really awesome. The chess book on the edge and the paper board are great additions. I also like the blur of the little boy at the base of the photo. Great job!

Bridget said...

wow!!!
these are beautiful.
the chess player is my favorite but the orange boots run a close second.i also love the child climbing the stairs.

philmary said...

chess player,college student ,and boy are my favorite, good action, and truly interesting moments

lindsey said...

I love the one pic of the rubber balls it is fantastic .great work

meganrockerstar1 said...

awesome job love the ball and the sleeping pic happy to hear you had a great time

Linda said...

Very nice images. Looks like the trip to NY was productive photographically and emotionally. Wish I could have been with you.

I also love the first image of the path in the woods.

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