Snowy Central Park

© Sandy Driscoll

Snowy Central Park

Uploaded: May 04, 2005 09:45:14

Comments

Judy A. Lawhon May 04, 2005

Hi Sandy...I love this image. The black and white with a touch of color is wonderful. #244872

Sandy Driscoll level-classic May 04, 2005

Thanks, Judy! Christo and Jeanne-Claude's Gates added such a sparkle to Central Park's black and white scene for 16 days. It was a very special time! #1320164

Kate Jackson level-classic May 05, 2005

Nice perspective Sandy. I like the way your eyes are drawn to the red and then up into the snowy trees. #1323165

bob cornelison May 25, 2005

Yeah Sandy, this is the one I really love! It's kind of scarry, like flying monkeys are going to come out at you and yet really pretty at the same time!
~:O) #1397550

Sandy Driscoll level-classic May 26, 2005

Thanks Kate & Bob. Bob, I love your 'flying monkeys' perspective. Hadn't thought of it that way! :-) #1398968

Kate Jackson level-classic June 21, 2005

Congratulations on finalist Sandy I am so pleased for you! I love this! #1498997

Jim Kinnunen level-deluxe June 21, 2005

I love this...congrats, Sandy!!! #1501840

bob cornelison June 21, 2005

Congrats Sandy! I had a good feeling about this one.
Ok now things are really getting weird.
There is the Tut thing (see my response to your comment) and now the flying monkey thing. I just photographed the play "Wizard of Oz" at Biola college last week with a friend and just now realized that I referenced the monkeys on this shot prior to knowing that I would be shooting that play....twilight zone time!
~:O) #1502411

Debra Booth June 22, 2005

Great capture, Sandy! Congrats!! #1507576

Rachel Scott-Renouf June 24, 2005

Congrats Sandy, a well derserved finalist. Love this photo!!!!

Rachel #1516326


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