Taken on California Hill, Putnam Valley, NY in October 2013 with an Olympus Stylus Epic. The 982-acre California Hill State Forest includes the 94-acre Waywayanda Lake, which I’ve also seen referred to as the ‘Pudding Street Pond’.
While my wife was occupied with an appointment in Croton-on-Hudson I decided to go down to the river and take the dog for a walk at Croton Landing.
I like the way the gap in the breakwater mirrors the the gap between Croton Point (on the left) and Hook Mountain (I think – on the right).
Taken with a Sony RX100 M3
I’d been walking the dog at Croton Landing and as I was passing this small inlet (beyond the breakwater is the Hudson River with the Hudson Highlands in the background) I noticed these shafts of light coming down through the clouds.
Taken in May, 2012 around 6:00 p.m. with a Panasonic Lumix ZS7 (at that time my carry everywhere camera).
At was about 5:30 p.m. and we’d just returned from some shopping. I glanced out through the window and saw some incredible light. Moreover, the lake was as smooth as glass, showing the reflection of the fall colors of the trees. I grabbed a camera and rushed outside. Fortunately I was able to get a couple of shots before the light changed, which it did – and rather quickly too. A couple of seconds later and it had gone.
Taken with a Sony A77II and Minolta 50mm f1.7.
I was surprised to find that the church complex mentioned in the previous post (An Oasis in downtown White Plains) contained a small vegetable garden.
I can recognize corn, cabbage and tomatoes and there are probably other vegetables that I’m not familiar with.
Taken with an iphone 5s.