A black and white capture of the stone seating around the amphitheater at the North Carolina Arboretum located in Asheville, NC.
A photo of the Rondout Lightouse which was built in 1915 and which sits on the west side of the Hudson River at the entrance to Rondout Creek.
The Abraham Hasbrouck House at Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz, NY on a March evening. Huguenot Street is considered one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the United States.
A shot of Perrine’s Bridge, the second oldest covered bridge in New York, after the March 7th Nor’Easter in Rifton.
This second monochrome photo is a shot of the other half of the back marble staircase at the Staatsburgh State Historic Site in Staatsburg, NY.
This monochrome photo is a shot of the back marble staircase at the Staatsburgh State Historic Site, formerly known as Mills Mansion, in Staatsburg, NY.
Taken in late Spring, this photo is of the historical White Bridge that spans the Crum Elbow Creek at the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site.
The historical White Bridge at the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in Hyde Park, NY was first constructed in 1897.
A black & white photograph highlighting the curves and lines of the main entrance of the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in Hyde Park, NY.
A shot from the North end of the 2nd oldest covered bridge in New York, Perrine’s Bridge, on a partly cloudy May afternoon.