Looking for Autumn Color with the NX-1
The warm and very dry late summer weather here has caused a total lack of Autumn color here in the Lower Hudson Valley, but my friend and I went hiking around the Hudson Highlands anyway, hoping for some luck. Although colors were muted, we did land up exploring the ruins of Northgate, the 1920s Cornish Estate buried in the woods near Stony Point. I've added eight images to my Hudson Highlands Gallery, taken with the NX1 with both 16-50mm S and Rokinon 8mm lenses. Here's the announcement with examples on my WHAT'S NEW page:
Starting at the beginning of the Gallery are bright colored Panoramas of the Hudson Highlands as they normally look this time of year, each created with the NX1 and 16-50mm S two years ago this week and stitched in MS ICE v2.0.3. To view these panoramas and then continue to this week's images at Stony Point and the ruins, here is a link to the Gallery: The Hudson Highlands
Note 1: the gray >Slideshow button (or using this link ) displays a controllable slideshow (auto or manual on bottom left, full screen or not at top right, captions or not on bottom right). This shows the highest resolution images (though still not full resolution).
Note 2: the last two images were taken with the 8mm Rokinon.
Enjoy, and comments are always welcome.
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