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New York Photograph - New York Fall - Central Park by Jeff Burgess

New York Fall - Central Park is a photograph by Jeff Burgess which was uploaded on November 10th, 2010.

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What clever collaborate on the two scenes to make a beautiful picture. Wonderful!

Jeff Burgess replied:

Linda, I have visited your port and the quality of your work is your comments on this piece are very meaningful to me.

Outstanding work! Love it!

Jeff Burgess replied:

Thanks so much Natalie. I very much appreciate the look and comment.

Another 10 or 12 on the WOWZER scale from me. Simply Gorgeous !!

Jeff Burgess replied:

ya know, I'm getting to like Lois's scale. Thanks pam for the smile. Warm regards.

I have to go to a #12 on the "Lois Wowzer" Scale on this one.. Nice work Jeff!

Jeff Burgess replied:

Geez I'm loving that scale.....thanks much Gary. Too funny - the scale that is.

Jeff, I cannot come up w/the words to describe the beauty of this picture. It goes beyond my vocabulary. Super results after what must have been a daunting task at it's inception.

Jeff Burgess replied:

It is hard to get past the 'reality' of an original image and push it to something that supercedes is initial presentation. I thank you for appreciating this piece and my work.

Jeff Burgess replied:

By the way, I had to lay on the floor of the New York Library to get the image of the ceiling so I could use it in this piece. People thought I was nuts......'and they were right'..l.haha

Wow! Very striking image, Jeff.

Jeff Burgess replied:

Thanks Mick. Much appreciated. Didn't think so with the original shot....but sometimes....well you don't know until you 'manipulate'.


Jeff Burgess replied:

Again???? Thanks.

A real beauty!

Jeff Burgess replied:

Thanks 'activity tester'.....for real?

I really like this a lot (wish I had a WOWZER scale!) Great comp. Jeff.

Jeff Burgess replied:

We all need the 'wowzer scale'....haha. Thanks.

... stumbling off, mumbling to self ...

Jeff Burgess replied:

which I do most of the time......

I see the couples, too!!!!!!! SO COOL!!!!!! As to the Wowzer Scale, yes, yes, terribly scientific and mathematical. Very complex ... so much depends on light and atmospheric conditions and the position of the moon ... no ... wait ... that can't be right ...

Jeff Burgess replied:

An excellent scale ;)

Oh, to all that this image resonates, please do not forget to click the 'recommend' button. This helps increase its exposure (and I am all for 'exposure' - in the good sense of the word)

Beautiful image!

Jeff Burgess replied:

If you look through the tiny holes in the stone fence you will see many couples sitting together on benches. This is the reason I liked this composition......hope you can visualize with the enlarger.

I ditto everything Lois said!

Jeff Burgess replied:

Like your 'Ditto'. It is much appreciated.

Jeff, this is drop dead gorgeous ... outstanding, outstanding mood and atmosphere ... breathtaking color ... a 10 on the WOWZER scale for sure!!!!!!!! Off I go to fave and recommend!!!!!!!!

Jeff Burgess replied:

I need to know more about the WOWZER 'Lois Bryan' scale. Is it like a visual analogue scale or a numerical scale or a circle with smiley faces smiling or frowning? What ever it is, I'll tell you this.....the 10 makes me feel quite good. Glad you like it. And thanks for the nice comment.

Gorgeous work, Jeff!

Jeff Burgess replied:

Thanks Jessica for your comment.

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