Two news signs were placed in 2014 pointing to Platte Clove/ Platt Clove. One is along Route 23A and the other is along Bloomer Road/ Platte Clove Road.
I was traveling back from Kaaterskill Falls by car on a cloudless night sky that shined a rising near full Moon.
There are a few different ways to reach the Balsam Lake Fire Tower. I hiked from Mill Brook Road to reach this Fire Tower.
Vroman’s Nose Trail is located in the town of Fulton, New York and is a terrific short hike offering a vast landscape view of the valley below.
An unexpected beautiful sight of the moon rising over Mount Utsayantha during daylight hours as I drive east through Stamford along Route 23.
Photographs of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad Station that covered South Gilboa, New York. Both the railroad and the station are abandoned.
The Thomas Cole National Historic Site preserves and interprets the home and studios of Thomas Cole, the founder of the Hudson River School of painting, the nation’s first major art movement.
A silhouette of FDNY fire fighters raise the flag in the blowing wind on this day. This nice simple tribute can be found on the west side of Hunter along Route 23A.
Tribute in Light is a commemorative public art installation first presented six months after 9/11 and then every year thereafter, from dusk to dawn, on the night of September 11.
Miscellaneous photos taken with the iPhone cell phone from various locations and dates in 2013 prior to August 15.
The Platte Clove Foot Bridge that crossed over Plattekill Creek has been replaced and reopened. The New York-New Jersey Trail Conference and its volunteers did a wonderful job.
The Nissen Bridge was washed away like other bridges in the area during the flooding caused by Hurricane Irene in 2011.
Several years ago I looked at maps on paper and maps in digital format of the Ulster and Delaware Railroad that once ran through the Catskills.
Heavy waterflow at Kaaterskill Falls. It was difficult to to get close to falls without heavy mist getting on the camera and lens.