Showing posts from February, 2016

Audubon Mural Project

I went on a hunt for the murals in the Audubon Mural Project yesterday.  The project is a joint effort of the Gitler and  ___ gallery and the National Audubon Society to paint 314 murals depicting bird species that are threatened by climate change.  It was a gorgeous day for a walk -- I clocked almost 8 miles.  Love those kind of days.

Frozen Lake

When you wake up and it's 0 out and feels like -19, the best thing to do is to hunker down with a cup of hot coffee, catch up on Homeland, and troll your photos from that time you went to Canada to see the Northern Lights and really big waves.  That time when it was this cold and they took dressing you up for the weather really, really seriously ( Mush ,  Yukon Impressions ,  Of Ice Fishing and S'Mores ). Yesterday was the first day that the sock monkey hat purchased in the Vancouver airport and the red wool buff purchased in White Horse came out so I could go on an expedition to see the frozen fountain in Bryant Park ( Frozen , Frozen Fountain ).  By the end of my little expedition, I was really wishing I had worn my really big mittens and had the parka wardrobe to choose from at the Inn on the Lake . #frozen #raybanselfie #rayban #selfie #fountain A photo posted by Nancy L (@nlundebjerg) on Feb 13, 2016 at 7:26am PST


Braved the elements today to get a photo of this year's version of the Bryant Park frozen foundation ( Frozen Fountain ).  It was really, really cold out there today -- especially when the wind blew.

Pink and White

Winter (©2016 Nlundebjerg) Spring (©2015 Nlundebjerg) The series: Snow in the City Snow in the City:  Part II

Snow in the City -- Part 2

I had a really good hour with my camera in Central Park on Friday morning.  My biggest achievement was the headline photo from Snow in the City  --- Strolling in the Snow.  As I wrote on 500px, I have this goal of taking what I think is one of the most iconic shots in NYC -- a single person carrying an umbrella walking north on the mall towards Bethesda Foundation.  After capturing this image, I am going to check that item off on my mental list of photos I'd really like to take.  Unless I happen to be on the Mall with my camera while a single person is walking north towards Bethesda Fountain carrying an umbrella.  Hey, ometimes a person needs to keep her options open -- right? The three photos in this post are of people exercising in the park -- with the exercises of choice being vertical push ups (who knew there was such a thing), walking (yes, walking counts as exercise), and running (while wearing shots!).

Snow in the City

I swear, I don't plan these things this way but I was away for the monster winter storm that the national weather service called Storm Jonas.  In fact, it was touch and go as to whether I would get home that Sunday but the intrepid snow removal crew at #JFK got the airport open in plenty of time for my plane to land and for me to make it home for the last quarter of the Patriots and Broncos game (we won't talk about the fact that my Patriots lost -- there is always next year). This more recent storm was just not the stuff of weatherman's dreams so there was no build up to the big event.  It did turn Central Park into a winter wonderland on Friday morning.  It was the sort of snow storm that invites you into its arms as opposed to sending you running for the snow melt and salt.  The kind of storm that I like very much. A year ago, I wrote about using photography as my daily mindfulness practice ( Photography as Peace ) and my Friday morning walk was a perfect ex