Sundown in Fall

Today’s photo is of the sun setting at the southern end of Central Park/northern Midtown Manhattan. This photo was taken on an unusually warm afternoon in November. I was really impressed by the changing colors of the leaves inside the park. There were many people taking the opportunity to snap some engagement and family portrait shots, in freshly fallen leaves. What I like about this photo (besides the interesting tree colors) is the sunlight beaming from behind the Manhattan skyline. This photo was taken at ISO 100, 27 mm.

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  • http://www.nychdr.com Tim Gibson

    great shot. hoping today will be another perfect day like this one.

  • http://dudewithcamera.com Jesse Pafundi

    Stunning stunning work. You composed this perfectly with that amazing sky dominating the frame. Is this HDR?

  • Tobias George

    Thanks for the feedback gents! Yes, this is a 3 x HDR image.

  • http://heathofee.com Heath O’Fee

    I love the different layers in this shot…the fall colours in the trees, the city skyline, and the dramatic sky. Very nicely done!

  • Tobias George

    It was a great day in Central Park. Thanks Heath, much appreciated!!