This is my second favorite cloud cover over Stamford that I have captured. Favorite
The road signs at top of Platte Clove Road have again changed. Below are several photos taken at night. The first 3 photos were taken at top of Platte Clove near the Devils Kitchen parking area. The fourth photo was
From the blue blazed trail we then proceeded on a yellow marked trail. This trail took us to Sunset Rock and Inspiration Point.
Comparison of afternoon and very early morning photos which help show the current change in temperature.
Both Walton Van Loan and Vly Rusk use an alternate spelling for Boulder Rock on their Catskill maps from the 1800s.
The Catskill Region area known as Devil’s Kitchen had an official tour from local politicians in mid September of 2010 because of several recent deaths in this particular location. This past year Devil’s Kitchen had a high profile death that
“The Platte Clove cabin sits where mountain and valley meet, providing a tranquil and rustic workplace and retreat for artists working in a variety of disciplines in the living landscape where American art began.”
The section of the old Ulster & Delaware Railroad right-of-way (ROW) is opposite the entrance of the Tannersville Bike Path.
The image below was taken on September 11, 2010 from the Brooklyn Bridge Park in Brooklyn. The upwards lights shining high from lower Manhattan over the Brooklyn Bridge is the Tribute in Light. Each beam of light represents a tower
After visiting Kaaterskill Falls and observing the strong flow, CatskillSearch made a quick trip to a roadside waterfall. Bushnellsville Creek Falls is located south of Lexington, New York on Route 42. It is approximately 7 miles south of Route 23A.
Kaaterskill Falls in late August of 2010 has strong water flow because of the recent weather pattern of rain over the Catskills. On this particular day the entire area and trail to Kaaterskill Falls was wet. Kaaterskill Falls Information: Kaaterskill
Michael Ranck of Deer Lake, a retired school teacher, has just finished hiking the 2,179 mile Appalachian Trail. HAMBURG – After spending 114 days hiking the Appalachian Trail, Michael Ranck, Deer Lake, just wanted to go home and take off
Some new updates to CatskillSearch in case you may have missed them. 1- CatskillSearch.com has implemented an email newsletter to alert subscribers to CatskillSearch Gallery (photography) updates. This newsletter is sent out every 2 weeks only if updates have been