The temperature is a blustery 22 degrees and the wind is howling making the wind chill pretty severe. I got cold standing on the edge of the pond for the few minutes it took to take this guy's picture. I have to say, if you are going to dress up in an orange suit and sit in the middle of a beautiful blue pond in the middle of winter scooping freezing slush out of a hole you dug with a motorized cork screw, you need to be prepared for a guy like me to come along and take your picture. Get over it! Don't look like your privacy has been invaded.
Nikon D610, 1/60 second at f/16, ISO 71, 280mm (150-66 Tamron) - 7818
I just love the Boston skyline at night. It has such personality, such charisma. Even with the Longfellow bridge under construction with the bright lights that look like starbursts through the lens of the camera, Such charm. It's also very interesting how different the John Hancock (center) looks at night. Shining from the inside, it is no longer reflective. The water on the Charles had almost melted and provided a great reflection. Such a treat.
Nikon D610, 8 seconds at f/8, ISO71, 29mm (24-70 f/2.8) - 7694
I am Robert McKay Jones, a photographer from Sterling, Massachusetts and North Fort Myers, FL. I take photographs almost every day. I post my favorites here.