Photography: Corona/Flushing Meadows-Corona Park 11/3/21

The other day, I had felt a bit antsy and wanted to go for a walk on a nice — and very chilly — fall afternoon and evening. Of course, since I purchased my Canon 6D Mark II, I’ve occasionally revisited shots and projects because there’s a difference in how things look . . . at least to me.

So I wound up walking down the street to Flushing Meadows-Corona Park for some photos around golden hour.

Caption: 1964 World’s Fair, New York Pavilion. As you can see, the pavilion has seen much better days; but over the past year or so they’ve been working on renovating it. I’m looking forward to seeing what they do with it.
Caption: Lions, Paris Hotel and Suites, Corona, Queens, NYC. I’m not sure what their purpose is — but they’re cool in a kitschy way. And they remind me of Patience and Fortitude at the New York Public Library.
Caption: Sunset, Flushing Meadows-Corona Park,.
Caption: Escape or return? I actually know the answer to this. My father worked at LaGuardia Airport for most of my life, so he taught me a few things. But I’ll let you figure that out.