I used to go to the Rockefeller preserve a lot once upon a time. Nowadays I tend to spend more time farther north. I have a lot of pictures from those days, but at that time my carry around camera was a Panasonic ZS3 (and later a ZS7). They were both excellent cameras, but suffered from the typical small sensor, compact camera problems: jpg only; poor noise control; tendency to produce pictures looking like watercolors when viewed at higher resolutions etc. Nowadays I use a Sony RX100 so I thought I’d re-photograph some of the old haunts.

These were taken along the Brook Trail, which has some interesting and obviously artificial water courses – now no longer maintained. There’s also a large cistern like structure.

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