The Rebel

The Rebel

There is always one………..

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Shades of Orange in a Crowd

Shades of Orange in a Crowd

Orange in celebration of Dutch Kings Day today, April 27, 2016;
Shakespeare Garden, Central Park.

 

Surrounded

Surrounded

Trapped by an army of yellow tulips, the lone red tulip longingly looks to his cheering buddies in the distance; Central Park, New York City.

Tulips

Tulips in Shakespeare Garden in this spring Central Park

Tulips in Shakespeare Garden, Central Park, this Spring.

Fujifilm X100T

A Host of Golden Tulips

Tulips in Central Park near the East 79th street entrance.

Tulips in Central Park near the East 79th street entrance.


Ricoh GR

Tulips for a New King

Tulips near the Reservoir in Central Park

Tulips near the Reservoir in Central Park


Something Orange to celebrate the new Dutch King Willem Alexander.
Konica Auto 2S, Fuji Superia 400.

There are still some tulips left in Central Park

Central Park, New York City.

Central Park, New York City.


IPhone Hipstamatic

A Time for Tulips

Tulips in the NY Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY.

Tulips in the NY Botanical Garden, Bronx, NY.


Canon G9.

A Spring Dog Walk

Tulips on the Upper East side of New York City

Tulips on the Upper East side of New York City


Canon G9.

Something Orange…..

Orange tulips in celebration to "Koninginnedag", a traditional celebration in the Netherlands of the Queen's Birthday on April 30th.  Carl Schurz Park, New York City.

Orange tulips in celebration to “Koninginnedag”, a traditional celebration in the Netherlands of the Queen’s Birthday on April 30th. Carl Schurz Park, New York City.


Konica Auto S2 rangefinder from 1965 with a Hexanon 45mm f1.8 lens. Taken on Fuji Superia 400 film.

Touched by Spring

Conservatory Garden, Central Park, New York City.

Conservatory Garden, Central Park, New York City.


Olympus Pen E-p2 and the Lumix 45mm f2.8 macro lens.

Tulips on a Grid

Red Tulips

Red Tulips


During a recent visit to Fort Tryon Park in upper Manhattan, I saw these perfect tulips in the bright sun, but they were behind a wire fence. However, with a 200mm (400mm equivalent) and f5.6 you can make the fence disappear and create a nice pattern. The fence was actually in front of the tulips, but the grid seems to appear in back.

Taken with my Olympus E-p2 and the Lumix G. Vario 1:4-5.6/45-200 lens.