Turning Basin Park

I was in Princeton to pickup a spare battery for my D40 ($45 – he popped it out of a D3000) at New York Camera. On the way back to my car, I stopped by Zorbas, picked up a gyro and a soda and headed back to work. As I drove west on Alexnder Road toward West Windsor I noticed that Turning Basic Park was quite empty. I decided to stop and eat. I rolled down the window and heard the geese honking loudly in the distance. At first I thought nothing of it but as I ate I suddenly remembered that I had my camera and the Nikkor 70-200mm f/2.8 from borrowedlenses.com in the back. I wolfed down my gyro, switched out lenses, and ran to the waters edge just in time to capture these.

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Nikon D40, 1/160, 200 mm, f/2.8, ISO 200

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Nikon D40, 1/160, 200mm, f/4.5, ISO 200

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