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.
The DuBois House on historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz, NY was built in 1705. The building may have served as a fort for the small community due to “gun ports” that can be found on the East side.
An old entryway and window of the Abraham Hasbrouck House on historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz. The home was built in 3 phases from 1721 – 1734 and resides on the oldest continuously inhabited street in the USA.
A mid-December long exposure of the Coxing Kill at Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner, NY. The Coxing Kill is one of many tributaries that flows out of the northern end of Shawangunks and into the Rondout Creek.
I took this photo of the Esopus Lighthouse on December 1st, a day after receiving my new Canon EOS 70D and 18-135mm lens. It had been raining the day before so I was looking forward to trying out my new camera…
The Smiley Testimonial Gateway, built in 1907, was used as the formal entrance to the Mohonk Mountain House from 1908 to 1935.
The Elizabethton Covered Bridge, built in 1882, is a 134 foot covered bridge over the Doe River in Elizabethton, TN.
The Shawangunk Ridge, which is also known as The Gunks or the Shawangunk Mountains, in New Paltz, NY on a December morning.
Another long exposure photo from a slightly different angle of the third of four waterfalls at the Blue Hole in the Cherokee National Forest in Elizabethton, TN.
This photograph is of an old barn I came across while traveling in Tennessee. Located outside of Kingsport, this photo was taken on November 27, 2016.