Snow covering a reed, an invasive species also known as phragmite or common reed grass, after a winter snowfall in Esopus, NY.
A marigold blooming in winter to help brighten the day for those of us who are stuck in a massive snowstorm here in the Northeast region of the United States. This photo was taken with a Canon EOS 70D at 102mm.
Kingston’s historic waterfront district, also known as The Rondout, after a March snowstorm. The district sits on the shores of the Rondout Creek.
A long exposure of one of the two cascading waterfalls that can be found at Scenic Hudson’s Falling Waters Preserve in Glasco, NY.
A long distance shot of a tanker sailing South on the Hudson River. This photo was taken from the ridge at Scenic Hudson’s Shaupeneak Ridge in Esopus, NY.
A lone statue stands on the Red Trail of Scenic Hudson’s Falling Waters Preserve in Glasco, NY.
A female Northern Cardinal, also known as a common cardinal, perched on a branch during a snow storm in mid February.
A long exposure of the Coxing Kill at Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner, NY on a December morning.
Minnewaska State Park’s Awosting Falls, located in Kerhonkson, NY, is a 60 foot tall waterfall that drops into a wide pool.
The Gomez Mill, also known as the Dard Hunter Mill, was built in 1912 in the shape of a Devonshire cottage by owner William Joseph “Dard” Hunter.