ON THE ROAD…Delaware and Beyond Through Our Lenses
September 3 – October 24
Dover Art League, Gallery, and Gift Shop, 231 West Loockerman Street, Dover, Delaware
My first show outside of New York.
Delaware photography by Stephanie Seeman and Gary A. Knox is included, along with my photos from around the United States. The three of us enjoyed working on the show together. Remaining hours are as follows:
Fridays – 10 AM to 4 PM
Tuesdays 12 PM to 4 PM
Wednesdays 10 AM to 4 PM
Thursdays 10 AM to 4 PM
Friday, October 2 – also open 5 PM to 7 PM
(Closed Other Saturdays besides September 12)
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5% of each sale goes to the Rosendale Food Pantry.
Although I do not have a permanent home, and am in full on vagabond mode, I try not to forget where I am from. I also recognize that I am fortunate to be able to travel the way that I do. So, wherever I am, if someone purchases one of my photos, I will give 5% of the sale price to the Rosendale Food Pantry, which provides food to those who need it in the town that I grew up in.
I thought about breaking these photos into two posts…one for the farming culture, and one for the water culture, but I think that they’re inseparable. So it’s a lot of photos for one post, but somehow I think they all go together.
I took off from Kingston, New York one evening, to drive around, and perhaps end up at Olana State Historic Site. I was across the river in Catskill, and found the view below, and it convinced me that it was worth going up to see Olana. I’m glad that I did.
View of Hudson River and Olana on hill from Beattie Powers Place in Catskill
I spent 5 nights on Cape Cod, in the town of East Dennis. It’s an annual get together of some of my relatives. Photography was not a big priority for me, but I did get out with my camera a few times. Here are the photos.
The sunset at Sea Street Beach in East Dennis right after I arrived
I heard there were fireworks at Niagara Falls the night I was up that way, so I made the hour drive from my motel in Attica, New York in order to check it out. I got there in time to take some pictures before dark, then waited for the show. I specifically wanted to say on the US side, as I’m trying to explore New York State more. The fireworks were provided by Canada though…thanks Canada!
After numerous people recommended it, I finally made a trip to Letchworth State Park in Western, New York. With my interest in photos of the human influence on the natural landscape, it was perfect! So many walls, pathways, bridges, etc. I loved it. Here are the photos.
When I was a kid, it was fun to go to Ice Caves Mountain near Ellenville, New York. I went once on a field trip, and once with my relatives. Fast forward to 2015, and it’s called Sam’s Point Preserve, it’s known to be in the little hamlet of Cragsmoor, and the Ice Caves are just one of many attractions. I paid a short visit with my friend Bentley, and popped off a couple cool shots. Enjoy.
The Ice Caves trail…still cool! Literally and figuratively.
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