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.
Seen from Rondout Golf Club
A shot of “The Trapps” from inside the tower
Shot from on top of the tower, including The Trapps
Seen from Jansen Road in New Paltz
Seen from Apple Green Golf Course in Highland
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.
View of Ellenville from Route 52
White’s Dairy Bar in Eddyville
Perrine’s Bridge, Rifton
Along Kripplebush Road in the Kripplebush area of Stone Ridge
Shot from the Rosendale Trestle
Kingston Point, along the Hudson River, in Kingston
Shot of Phoenicia, featuring the Catskill Mountains and the Esopus Creek
More Perrine’s Bridge
View of Catskills from pullout along Roure 44/55 in Kerhonkson
Volunteer Firemens Museum in Kingston
A couple new shots from Rosendale. Things are always changing, so shooting there doesn’t get old.
A different angle of the Rosendale Trestle than I’ve previously shot
View from the trestle with the relatively new “Connector Trail” below
Rosendale Food Pantry – just got some renovations!
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/
Abeel Street – some of these houses are slated for demolition
Train yard for Catskill Mountain Railroad
Sunset along the Hudson River at Charles Rider Park – Kingston – Rhinecliff Bridge seen
Old building in downtown Kingston that says “Cornell Steamboat Company”
Oil train – common site these days
Reflection of Old Dutch Church in a puddle in Uptown
House on Maiden Lane
Saint Peter’s Cemetery near Broadway
The Lace Mill – being turned into affordable housing
This shot along Mill Dam Road in Stone Ridge, New York has nothing to go with it, so here it is all by itself.
A good combination of old and new
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.
The details in the bricks drew my attention
This is Ralph Vedder Road – I was just driving around
This scene along State Route 32 in the Glasco hamlet of Saugerties screams “Ulster County” to me.
I took a short hike at Mohonk Preserve with a group of new members. I enjoyed the conversations and even snapped a few pics.
There were a lot of climbers at “The Trapps” – it was a sunny spring day
Somehow in nature, the road (Route 44/55) still intrigued me.
Some people aren’t happy about this new house on “The Clove” – nice view of the Catskill Mountains though
The trail is in good condition!
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.
Apparently I can’t get enough of this bridge
I spent one day taking care of business in Ulster County in February, and I enjoyed taking these 2 photos.
AJ Snyder House, Route 213 Rosendale New York
Route 44-55 in Kerhonkson – always pretty
My adventures around Ulster County, New York, were a bit disjointed in December and early January, but I was able to get some photos I’m pretty excited about…check em out!
Nice shapes and reflections in Wallkill River in New Paltz
Pretty snowy day in Rosendale – St Peter’s Church and School on James Street
Basketball court on Granite Road in Kerhonkson
Hudson River on snowy morning – Charles Rider Park in Ulser
Davenport House along Route 209 in Marbletown
Old gas pumps along Route 9W in Milton
Orange County Plumbing Supply Building in Kingston
Perrine’s Bridge in Rifton
Route 44/55 in Gardiner on foggy day
Shawangunk Ridge on a beautiful snowy morning on Route 208 in New Paltz by Dressel Farms