If you didn’t realize there was a massive solar eclipse yesterday across the United States, then you probably didn’t spend much time on social media. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and for all I know maybe Snapchat were buzzing about the eclipse. Photos mainly looked like a blurry tipped crescent moon on a black sky, or a photo from the inside of a viewing contraption. Some people were a bit more prepared though. Much more prepared in fact. Check out these top 10 captures from today’s solar eclipse.
I love this wonderful historic bookstore right in the downtown area of Amesbury. There is so much to paint and photography in such a small little area. This is another one of the incredible quintessential New England Towns.
If you ever make it to Amesbury, you absolutely have to get by Hodgies for really amazing ice cream.
The Nikon D850 specs list is already get leaked online. And the images of Nikon D850 also leaked online. The price of Nikon D850 is still unknown yet. There are a lot of rumors on the web about price of Nikon D850. According to several sources from the world, the Nikon D850 may have a price tag around $3,600 for body only in US. The price in Switzerland is 3,499 CHF , that’s around 3,600 USD, and according to Chinese forum, the price for D850 body is China is 23,999 CNY, also around 3,600 USD. Stay tuned
I really love the old tenement buildings along the back of the Fenway. I’ve had many friends that lived in them at one time or another and always though it was amazing to have the Fenway and the mfa out your front window.
I use this bridge all the time and tried to get the creek, bridge and the tenement buildings all in the sketch. It was crazy cold that day, with a little ice still on the creek.
Painting of the bright fall trees in Manhattan. There were quite a few late blooming trees this year in Central Park. I really enjoyed painting this one, along with a couple more I did this last trip to NY. The weather was spectacular, so I spent pretty much the entire day in the park.
It was a spectacular day, not even a hint of wind. There were many sightseers walking the cliffs, and many taking pictures of the coastline.
I walked around the corner, southeast of The Breakers Estate, to get situated. The cliff walk is interrupted momentarily there with a bit of sandy beach, and the mansions become less grand as you go. It was a nice enough spot and I picked up these four shots just before the sun went down.