While home isolating at the beginning of the Covid-19 epidemic, the urge to create a photographic project led me to visit a local park. Brookside Park, an area located on the South Shore of Long Island, a couple of acres of Bog area contain unique vegetation that is rare on Long Island. Rapidly growing vegetation protrudes from small bodies of water and reflections of the sky, overhanging growth, and trees combine with water ripples, and adjacent landmasses to create images captured by my photographs. When photoshopped, the images reflect the compositional integrity of the original photographs, enhanced by manipulation to create impressionistic images. All image identifications reflect the capture date of each photograph. By the end of June till late October the Bog area is overgrown by its vegetation and not conducive for creating images I strive for.
LAKELAND PARK BOGCLOUDSLANDSCAPESPEOPLEAUNT MARYFIRE ISLAND Richard BiegunLakeside Park BogCloudsAfter the Nor'easter of 2009Aunt Mary Guestbook