I spent a couple of days in Florida, generally relaxing, exploring, and spending time with new friends and with my parents, who were down there. Here are a couple of shots…okay a lot of shots for just a few days. It’s nice to have nothing much to do but take photos!
Clevelander Hotel and Bar in South Beach Miami – fun place!
View from atop the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse
Seen at an orange grove on the side of the road near the everglades
A sign of the past in Florida
Big Tree Park in Longwood, Florida
Palm Beach, Florida
Inside of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse
Beach of the Atlantic Ocean in Jupiter
Another view from the top of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse
In my last days before flying off to warm places, I shot these photos in a few locations. I wonder if I will see snow again before spring…probably!
Sunset in Hurley, New York
Perrine’s Bridge, as I was leaving Ulster County for a while
Pipe at my parents’ farm
Snowy night in Annapolis, Maryland
I continue to enjoy photographing Rosendale, New York, and the winter has presented some new opportunities. Here’s what I’ve come up with recently there.
Yes, an old fotomat. Still in Rosendale at the Fann’s plaza. For some reason.
First time shooting the underside of the trestle!
I think the Rosendale Library, on Main Street, always looks really cool.
“The road to church” – James Street along the Rondout Creek.
The church I went to growing up, St Peter’s, at dusk.
I spent a weekend selling photos at Mohonk Mountain House, made some contacts, 3 photos found new homes, and I had a good time. Everyone at Mohonk has been super nice to me. A few times I found some time to pop off some pics, so here they are.
Classic trail on the other side of the lake from the hotel
Beautiful sunset over the lake
Same lake, similar location for the shot, but much different conditions!
More of a hodgepodge of Ulster County, New York winter photos!
Walkway over the Hudson State Park and Mid-Hudson Bridge, from Highland
Lou’s Boat Basin truck along Abeel Street (Route 213) in Eddyville
Flooded field along Route 299 in New Paltz
St Ann’s Cemetery in the town of Kingston. (Not the city of Kingston!)
Apparently abandoned home on Binnewater Road in Rosendale.
Seen along Old Kingston Road in New Paltz
St. Peter’s Cemetery, Rosendale
In a garage along Route 209 in Marbletown
The inside of Perrine’s Bridge in Rifton
Old train station in Accord (The building is for sale!)
Bungalows along Route 209 in Kerhonkson
Shot from Old Whitfield Road in Accord
Here’s a hodgepodge of photos from a full January of exploring Ulster County, New York.
Mid Hudson Bridge with ice floating in the Hudson River…shot from the Highland side
Hurley Mountain Road…umm I think in Marbletown here.
Tongore Road in Marbletown
Shot from along Whitfield Road in Accord.
Great view of the Ashokan Reservoir and the Catskill Mountains from Spencer Road in Glenford, New York
The sign says it!
Fording Place Road in Marbletown…closed, flooded, and frozen.
The snow has come and gone a few times.
Shot out the front door of my friend’s house on a snowy day.
Sunset in Hurley
Cattails along Binnewater Road in Rosendale
I spent much of New Year’s Day with my parents in Ocean City, Maryland…and here’s a photo. And that’s about all that I have to say about that.
Always food for all on the boardwalk
My mother gave me a shirt that says “Dela-where?” for Christmas. I like it. It’s funny, not many people know much about Delaware, but it’s actually more and more interesting to me the more time I spend there.
A beautiful snowy morning at my parents’ farm
There are always great sunsets in Delaware – this one over the Leipis River…in Leipsic, DE!
Two pics from Ulster County, one from Columbia County. It’s nice to be back on the east coast for a winter, believe it or not! Oh it’s not even winter yet? Check back with me in a few months to see what I say about it all.
Mill over Claverack Creek in Claverack, New York (Columbia County)
Reservoir Road in Shokan, New York
Spencer Road in Glenford – on a clear day you can see the Ashokan Reservoir – not so much this day
Here are some shots of Rosendale, and places that I always feel like are part of Rosendale, but really aren’t. Sometimes the lines between the towns are unclear to me!
James Street outside St Peter’s School – definitely in Rosendale
Lucas Ave – I think actually in Kingston, but near Cottekill, which is part of Rosendale!
Lots of snow on the Rosendale Trestle with Joppenbergh Mountain in the background
Funky reflection of the sign on the newly refaced Rosendale Theatre
Former AJ Snyder House and Route 213 – between High Falls and Rosendale Village – something like that!
Saddle Bred Road (Private) along Route 32 near the Esopus / New Paltz line
Perrine’s Bridge in Rifton – I have rarely shot this side of the bridge