I went out this morning, August 19th, to catch a sunrise over the Hudson for World Photography Day at Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
The Kalmar Nyckel, a 131 foot replica of a 1625 Dutch-built armed merchant ship, as it leaves the Rondout Creek to enter the Hudson River.
While browsing through my archives for a photo to post for National Lighthouse Day 2018, I came across this 2015 photo which I have never posted before.
A photograph that I captured this weekend from the Walkway Over the Hudson, the world’s longest elevated pedestrian bridge, while looking North up the Hudson River.
Another photo from a different angle on the evening of April 25th of the Esopus Lighthouse in Ulster Park as it sits upon a fog covered Hudson River.
A friend tipped me off that the Hudson River was looking cool this evening. So, I rushed down to the Esopus Meadows Preserve to try to capture some shots of the Esopus Lighthouse within the fog.
A shot of the mile marker sign during the golden hour, the period shortly after sunrise, at the Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
Dawn breaking over the Hudson River and Esopus Lighthouse on a March morning from Scenic Hudson’s Esopus Meadows Preserve in Ulster Park, NY.
Practicing my low-light photography on a March evening with the 3,000 foot long Mid-Hudson Bridge, which connects Highland, NY and Poughkeepsie, NY, as my subject.
Looking North up the Hudson River from Scenic Hudson’s Lighthouse Park in Ulster Park as dawn breaks over the Hudson Valley on a March morning.