The view of the Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge, the Catskill Mountains, and fall foliage in Dutchess County from the top of the fire tower at the Ferncliff Forest in Rhinebeck, NY.
Esopus Lake, whose location was a finalist for the United Nation’s permanent headquarters in 1947, in Autumn with Snake Mountain in the background.
The Esopus Lighthouse on an autumn evening before sunset. Shot from Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve.
The autumn view from Windham High Peak in Windham, NY. It’s the Northern most 3,500 of the Catskill Mountains with a peak elevation of 3,524 ft.
A small waterfall on a very low Black Creek during our months long drought in the Black Creek State Forest in Highland, NY.
A photograph of the waterfalls of Black Creek, a tributary of the Hudson River, in the Black Creek State Forest in Highland, NY after a drought-ridden Summer and Fall.
Trees reflected off Sanctuary Pond at the John Burroughs Nature Sanctuary on an autumn evening in West Park, NY.
This autumn photograph is of the Esopus Light House on the Hudson River. It was taken on a fall evening in November from Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
This long exposure photograph is of a set of waterfalls known as Laurel Falls. Located in Hampton, TN this waterfall is also known as Laurel Fork Falls and measures 55 feet.
A photograph of a European Starling, also known as a Common Starling, perching on top of a pole in Spring in Ulster Park, NY.