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Tag Archives: landscape
The shadows cast by the slate fence on the sand produced this outstanding black and white print. The curve of the fence and its shadow guides the eye from the lower left to the upper left. Taken at Jones Beach, … Continue reading
I saw this Ring-billed Gull walking in the surf of a warm late fall day in Jones Beach. The silhouette of the bird against the surf with glistening, specular highlights seems just the right image to make. This gull (Larus … Continue reading
The hiatus in posting was mostly due to all the commotion surrounding the marriage of Deborah and Tal on Saturday evening! On a break from the preparations, the “boys” went to Jones Beach on a beautiful and warm October day. … Continue reading
Yesterday, we took a leaf-peeping trip to Lake George and went up Prospect Mountain’s Veteran’s Memorial Highway. The highway, built in 1969, is not even 6 miles long but it winds its way some 2,100 feet at the summit. From … Continue reading
This is an image of a small waterfall located on Beaver Tree Trail at the Five Rivers Environmental Center in Delmar, NY. It was captured during the waining hours of the day which produced a nice golden glow. The image was made … Continue reading
During my hike in the woods of the eastern portion of the Normanskill Conservancy trail, I took many photos of the woods. This wonderful old tree trunk caught my attention because of its interesting structure. The image was taken with … Continue reading
Well, it is Fall here in the great northeast but I do not have to go far to capture some of the autumn colors. Although we are not yet at peak, there are some areas with great vistas. The first … Continue reading
We went to Hildene today on a bright and pleasant fall day. Hildene is the home and estate of the son of Abe Lincoln, Robert Todd Lincoln. It was built in 1905 near Manchester, VT. This is a view of … Continue reading
The photo was taken on the grounds of the Thacher Nature Center. Down a short trail to a lake took us to this view. The house is framed by the tree whose leaves are starting to turn in the early … Continue reading