A black & white photograph highlighting the curves and lines of the main entrance of the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in Hyde Park, NY.
This 6 second long exposure photograph is of the Crum Elbow Creek at the Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site in Hyde Park.
A shot from the North end of the 2nd oldest covered bridge in New York, Perrine’s Bridge, on a partly cloudy May afternoon.
It had been a while since I visited Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve and captured a shot of the Esopus Lighthouse in Ulster Park, NY.
Another long exposure photo from my trip in April of the upper waterfall at The Blue Hole located within the Cherokee National Forest in Elizabethton, TN.
This shot of the Smiley Testimonial Gateway in New Paltz, New York was taken from ground level on the morning of June 2nd.
I paid a visit to Gomez Mill in Marlboro yesterday morning. The full sun, which wasn’t called for, made shooting a long exposure difficult but possible.
A photo of my resident tomcat, creatively named ‘Kitty’, who is a fixed feral cat that I’ve been working on taming over the past few years.
A garden trillium in full bloom on a Spring day. Trillium are a perennial flowering plant that are native to the temperate regions of North America and Asia.
Last week, I decided to stop at Perrine’s Bridge, the 2nd oldest covered bridge in New York, in Rifton, NY and was experimenting a little bit with perspectives.