I woke up the other day to a quite misty landscape. We don’t get much of this so it would have been nice to have gone to some woodland to take some pictures. Unfortunately, I had to get to the Historical Society where I do volunteer work so I wouldn’t be able to advantage of the weather conditions. Above: The Pool Pavilion.

However, the Historical Society is located in building, which houses Briarcliff Manor’s library, which is right next to Law Park – named after the founder of Briarcliff Manor: Walter W. Law. So I took a few minutes before going to the Historical Society to take a walk around the park. Here are the results.

Tree reflections in the pond.

Inverted pine tree reflection.

Curved retaining wall.

Lamppost by the pond.

Pond Edge.

Looking across the Pond.

One of Walter Law’s famous lanterns. (See: Around the Neighborhood – Briarcliff Manor’s Stone Lanterns.)

Taken with a Taken with a Sony A7IV and Samyang AF 75mm f1.8 FE

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