I’ve spent most of the last few weeks on my parents’ farm, and have enjoyed helping them out and being a bit of a hermit for a while. With the sun going down so early at this time of year, and me being busy with farm work, my day job and preparing for an art show, I haven’t found much photo worthy stuff until the beautiful sunsets hit.
The Delmarva Peninsula, for those of you unfamiliar, well, it includes most of Delaware, part of Maryland, and part of Virginia…and I’ve barely left it over the last few weeks. I did go right across the Chesapeake Bay to Annapolis for a couple of days, but have mostly been around Dover, Delaware on my parents’ farm. Here’s a couple pics from the last couple of weeks.
This is similar to many of my “Around Ulster County” posts but one shot was in Dutchess County and one was in Greene County!
I spent about 2 weeks in Massachusetts, mostly catching up with friends I hadn’t seen in a while, and occasionally I got out to take a few photos.
Well, this is definitely the most time I’ve spent in Ulster County in the fall since the year I turned 17. (1995 for those of you counting) There’s something to this place in the fall, huh?
I stayed in Plattsburgh, New York for a week, definitely making the trip the longest time I’ve spent up north in New York in my life. I learned a lot about my own state, and had fun. (And I visited Vermont real quick.) Thanks to Erin for the hospitality! And thanks to Roger for the boat trip to the lighthouse.
Here are various shots from the drive to Lake Placid, from Lake Placid to Plattsburgh, and from Plattsburgh back to Hurley.
I got to explore the Saranac Lake and Lake Placid area during the trip in which I rode the Adirondack Scenic Railroad. Here are some pics of the various sites I saw:
I took a ride on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad, from Lake Placid to Saranac Lake and back. I got to ride outside on the front of the engine! It was quite an experience. Thank you to Debbie, Shawn, and the rest of the fine folks at the railroad for all the hospitality.
I went to Brooklyn to take some pictures for a real estate company, and popped off this shot before leaving New York City.