Weekly Photo Challenge: A Day in My Life

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is A Day in My Life.

Last Saturday, toward evening, I took a walk through NYC’s Central Park.

First I visited our patch of ground. And on that patch, which we had picked for being so unremarkable, a crop of colorful crocuses had sprung up…

(click on any photo to start slideshow)

A few more photos are here.

64 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: A Day in My Life

  1. Wooohhh! Nice captures, Vlad!

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  2. Great photographs.
    Thanks for the peep in your day. :-)

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  3. Great pictures of the city! Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Wonderful post, bursting with life!

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  5. I´ve only walked through Central Park once – on a cold clear day in December a few years ago. It was delightful to see people skating on the outdoor rinks and for the peaceful atmosphere in the middle of the bustling city.

    Lovely photos, Vladimir – how precious are those crocus flowers? :)

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  6. Beautiful pics, Vlad. Love Central Park and crocuses. :)

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  7. Wow! you have captured the most beautiful corners and time of Central Park! i was there a few times but never realized it is so beautiful. Did your camera make it beautiful or the photographer did it? it is really amazing. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. really an exciting day

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  10. Awesome! I love it.

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  11. I love spring in NYC. Thanks for reminding me!

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  12. Haven’t been to Central Park in a long time. Have to go soon. I like going to the Boathouse restaurant.

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  13. BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  14. Looks like you had a wonderful day, Vlad; thanks for sharing it!

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  15. Beautiful photographs.
    As always you are an inspiration.

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  16. Beautiful photos! :)

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  17. Beautiful – enjoyed the walk in the park with you! :)

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  18. A great atmosphere you create with your pictures.
    Best wishes,
    Hanna

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  19. Your photos are brilliant! Each one of them!

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  20. Your pix are fabulous and it looks like your day was too. ;-)

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  21. Great pictures, but where’s Johna and her big smile?

    I loved them all, but the runner in silhouette against the blue sky was my favorite (fourth down, right side).

    Nancy

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  22. You are surrounded by so much beauty in the city.

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  23. I was in the city last week and was amazed that the crocuses were popping up despite what felt very cold to me! Was sad I was a bit early for the true blooming of Central Park – one of my favorite things! Loved your sunset shots.

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    • Yes, spring this year is delayed by two or three weeks, at least, relative to last year—but then last year spring arrived unusually early… This year, it will take another couple of weeks for the cherry trees to bloom, which for me is the height of the spring show…

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  24. Great colors and motion. Your photographs made me look forward to my tulips blooming.

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  26. Beautiful life, great pictures…

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  27. Nice to share your day, Vladimir. That golden light on the watery shots is glorious. Our crocuses are making a bid for freedom too! (finally)

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  28. lifeofaministermom

    What a lovely day!

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  29. Dusk in MAnhattan … showcases the entrance to the subway real well. All the photos are fanastic but that one reminds me of the many subway rides I had to take to Manhattan from Brooklyn. Thanks for the memories …

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  30. Very nice walking around photos — I love them and this kind of photography — Good take on life in Manhattan. (Central Park has oodles of bird species — a birders paradise I’ve read)

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