The Skytop area at Mohonk Mountain House, along with its Albert K. Smiley Memorial Tower, can be seen from all over the area, and is also a pleasant place to visit.
Another one of my posts of various scenes around Ulster County, New York. Many of these were shot while just taking my time when out and about doing other things.
The Bardavon 1869 Opera House in Poughkeepsie, New York is a beautiful theater, and I had the honor of photographing all over the inside of it, and even from the roof. Here are a few shots.
I went to the area known as the Southern Tier, in New York State, for a few days. It’s just a few hours from where I grew up, and I had never been there. I enjoyed the trip, including seeing some old friends, and I found it to be an interesting place to photograph.
A couple new shots from Rosendale. Things are always changing, so shooting there doesn’t get old.
As with many places, the more I learn about Kingston, the more I want to know about Kingston. Below are some recent shots of Kingston. You can also see my best shots of Kingston over time at http://www.noroadunturned.com/kingston-new-york/
This shot along Mill Dam Road in Stone Ridge, New York has nothing to go with it, so here it is all by itself.
I’ve found myself in Saugerties a few times recently, and it’s a place I want to explore more. For now here are some shots.
I took a short hike at Mohonk Preserve with a group of new members. I enjoyed the conversations and even snapped a few pics.
As is tradition, I stopped by Perrine’s Bridge upon my return to Ulster County after an extended absence. I think it deserves its own post.