With spring in full bloom, there’s no better time to enjoy Ridgewood. When it comes to photographing flowers, your unique viewpoint plays an important role to your final results. You stand before trees and fields in full bloom, and while it’s beautiful in your eyes, the ability to translate its majesty through the lens requires a few techniques!!
Spend a few moments taking in the scenery and contemplating which parts of nature speak loudest.
Absolutely stunning. The pink blossoms are all around the town and it is breathtaking to watch them bloom. We do not have to travel all the way to DC to see the blossoms. They are right in our very own backyard…
For more infor about the village of Ridgewood visit their website -http://www.ridgewoodnj.net/
I visited this church today (Lenten season) to learn little bit more about the Roman Catholic church.
I have a fascination for this place. It is a calm and serene surrounding.On a good day you can see people walking biking or simply sitting on one of the benches reading and enjoying the simple pleasures of life.
Ridgewood is unique in that it is one of the few affluent towns where residents still get to know their neighbors and really feel a sense of community.And one of the best places to meet someone you know in town is at this park or trail that extends from here to Rochelle park.The trail is 6 miles one way and bike or walk down this trail is 12 miles.The Wild Duck Pond area can be reached from the entrance on East Ridgewood Avenue.
The park amenities include picnic areas and ice skating when weather conditions permit.