Power Figures, Kongo peoples, 19th Century; Metropolitan Museum of Art
Olympus E-M5 with the m.Zuiko 25mm f1.8 lens.
A crouching panther high up on a rock in Central Park looking down on passing creatures.
“The Still Hunt” by sculptor Edward Kemeys (1843-1907)
Olympus E=P1 with the m.Zuiko 14-42mm lens.
Sculpture “S5” by architect Santiago Calatrava on Park Avenue.
Fujifilm X100T (A collage of 6 frames merged in Photoshop)
Tourists enjoy themselves with “Adam”, a sculpture by Fernando Botero at the Time-Warner Center
Olympus E-M5 with a m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lens
Jim Dine’s nude “Looking Toward the Avenue” at the Hilton hotel on 53rd St. Sixth Avenue, New York.
Olympus E-M5 with the Lumix G Vario 12-35mm f2.8 lens
A crouching panther about to spring upon its prey.
Edward Kemeys (1843-1907), sculptor.
M. J. Power, Bronze founder.
Central Park, New York City
Olympus E-M5 with the m.Zuiko 17mm f1.8 lens
Cyclone Twist (2013) by Alice Aycock. (Painted aluminum 27′ high x 15′ diameter) part of this year’s Exhibitions on Park Avenue.
Olympus E-M5 with a Lumix 12-35mm f2.8 lens, converted to BW in Silver Efex pro2
Fountain at the Central Park Conservatory Garden during a snow storm. It is a memorial tribute to Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of the children’s classics The Secret Garden and Little Lord Fauntleroy.
Olympus E-M5 with the Lumix 12-35mm f2.8 lens