Streams & Waterfalls

October Morning at Coxing Kill

This long exposure photograph of a quite dry Coxing Kill was taken on an October morning at Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner, NY.


Split Rock in October I

Split Rock in October I

A photo that I captured of Mohonk Preserve’s Split Rock, a waterfall that stands approximately 12 feet tall and is fed by the Coxing Kill. This waterfall and the pool it flows into is a popular destination for locals during the warm months. This photo was taken on October 7, 2017 with a Canon EOS […]


Awosting Falls in July IV

Awosting Falls in July IV

This long exposure photo includes the Peters Kill in the foreground and the 60 ft tall Awosting Falls in the background.


September Morning at Black Creek

September Morning at Black Creek

This long exposure photograph of Black Creek was captured on the morning of September 18th at Scenic Hudson’s Black Creek Preserve in Esopus, NY.


It Could Be A Lever...

It Looks Like A Lever…

A long exposure photograph of the Crum Elbow Creek at Vanderbilt Mansion as it rushes past a worn-down tree branch that is stuck under a rock.


Sticking Around...

Sticking Around…

This shot is of a tree branch stuck in the Peters Kill creek at Minnewaska State Park in Kerhonkson, NY.


Awosting Falls in July III

Awosting Falls in July III

One of the highlights of Minnewaska State Park Preserve, a 22,275 acre preserve located in Kerhonkson, NY, is Awosting Falls.


Awosting Falls in July II

Awosting Falls in July II

Accessed via the Awosting Falls Carriage Trail at Minnewaska State Park Preserve, the nearly 60 foot tall Awosting Falls is fed by the Peters Kill creek.


Spring Morning at White Bridge II

Spring Morning at White Bridge II

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.


Awosting Falls in July I

Awosting Falls in July I

Standing at nearly 60 ft, Awosting Falls at Minnewaska State Park empties into a wide pool that is fed by the Peters Kill creek.