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.
The Esopus Lighthouse, also nicknamed the “Maid of the Meadows”, on a December morning as seen from Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve.
A photograph of a seasonal waterfall along the carriage road at Franny Reese State Park in Highland, NY.
A set of old stairs at the Franny Reese State Park in Highland, NY. The stairs are one of the few architectural remains from the Ceder Glen Estate.
The signs at Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve marking the miles to towns and cities in New York on a cloudy December afternoon.
Built in 1912 in the shape of a Devonshire cottage, the Gomez Mill was originally used as a paper mill and is located in the Town of Newburgh, New York.
The shadows of trees stretching across a frozen Lake Louisa at Scenic Hudson’s Shaupeneak Ridge Park in Esopus, NY.
The Awosting Falls at Minnewaska State Park in Kerhonkson, NY is about 60 feet in height and drops into a wide pool. The waterfall is fed by the Peters Kill creak and is accessed via the Awosting Falls Carriage Road.
The Skytop Tower at Mohonk Mountain House, which was built in 1921 as a memorial for Albert Smiley, as seen from Butterville Rd. in New Paltz, NY on a mid-December morning.