We had some very overcast weather in New York this past week so I was able to go back into Central Park to work on my "Solitude" project. An overcast day gives me the blown out sky that I like. In addition, it provides much lower contrast and more colorful detail in the vegetation.
Each time I go to the park I cover only one specific area. I made two trips this week, both in the very northern end where the landscaping is natural and remote.
The first place I covered was The Ravine, a naturally wooded area with streams and waterfalls.
In addition to a limited edition book, I am planning on making some large prints of this series so I photographed it exclusively with a Nikon D800 on a tripod and with a low ISO. For most of the scenic images the lens was stopped down to either f/22 or f/16.