The sign from a local farmer’s market in front of their orchard offering the only bit of color in a winter landscape after a Nor’Easter.
Looking North up the Hudson River from Scenic Hudson’s Lighthouse Park in Ulster Park as dawn breaks over the Hudson Valley on a March morning.
A black & white shot of a snow covered bench and light in front of the Reformed Church of New Paltz on Huguenot Street on a March evening.
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.
This photo of the Rondout Waterfront Historic District in Kingston was taken from the John T. Loughran Bridge on the morning after the March 7th Nor’Easter.
A shot of Perrine’s Bridge, the second oldest covered bridge in New York, after the March 7th Nor’Easter in Rifton.
A waterfall at John Burroughs Nature Sanctuary in Highland, NY that runs after the rain and after the winter thaw.
Another photo of a set of small waterfalls along the Peterskill as it meanders its way through the Minnewaska State Park Preserve in Kerhonkson, NY.
A dawn photograph over the Hudson River on a January morning from Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
Taken on an autumn morning, this 5 second long exposure is of the pair of waterfalls that can be found on Black Creek at the John Burroughs Nature Sanctuary in Highland, NY.