I am a nomadic independent photographer, bringing you things that I find from all over the United States, and sometimes other countries. You can read more about me by clicking the aptly named “About Me” in the top menu, or navigate the website using the menu at the top.
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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.
There’s so much for me to explore in Dutchess County, New York and Columbia County as well, just across the river from Ulster County, where I spend so much time. I”m working on it! Here are 2 shots from Dutchess County.
The Kingston area has a fascinating, industrial and business influenced history. And it’s always changing of course. Here are some shots from around the Kingston area that are influenced by its past history and modern day goings on.
I headed to my parents’ house in Delaware for Thanksgiving week, and took the “back roads” until I got south of Philadelphia, then headed back onto the highways. Here are a few random shots from what I found.
Airplane on a small airfield in Sussex, New Jersey
I decided one afternoon, while staying with friends in Tillson, New York, to somewhat randomly, using the web, find a small named neighborhood to drive to, with the caveat being that I didn’t already have good photos of it, and that it be in Ulster County. It ended up being Turnwood in the town of Hardbenburgh, which I’d barely heard of, even though I realized I ended up there driving once before, but hadn’t shot good photos last time. It involved leaving the county and coming back in..and almost 70 miles of driving to get there. I had a good time, and here are the best photos.
Cool Willys Jeep on Cross Mountain Road in Margaretville, New York
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