A pair of American Giant sunflowers, whose plants stood at approximately 12 feet in height, with a pair of bees in my garden this past Summer.
This shot captures the trees reflected into the water as the golden hour of dawn breaks over the shores of Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
Another mini waterfall with the water flowing into a spiral formation as it flows down the Coxing Kill at Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner, NY.
A photo of dawn breaking over the Hudson River on a mid-September morning from Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
Revolutionary War reenactors giving a demonstration of firearms from that era at Old New Paltz Stone House Day on Huguenot Street.
A 5 second long exposure of Split Rock, the approximately 12 foot tall waterfall found at Mohonk Preserve’s Coxing Kill trailhead in Gardiner, NY.
A mini waterfall on the Coxing Kill as it flows into the waterfall known as Split Rock at Mohonk Preserve in Gardiner, NY on an August morning.
An American Giant sunflower in full bloom in morning light. The American Giant is a hybrid that can grow up to 14″ tall & flowers that can grow to 1″ wide.
A photo of the Rondout Lightouse which was built in 1915 and which sits on the west side of the Hudson River at the entrance to Rondout Creek.
The Esopus Lighthouse this morning, on World Photography Day, as I waited at Esopus Meadows Preserve for the sun to rise over the Hudson River.