May 17, 2007 May 15, 2007
Photos of a hand launch of an electric powered radio controlled (RC) plane A small electric powered RC plane takes off. Mount Utsayantha is in the distance.
Schalk’s Falls is a roadside waterfall and these photos were taken from the bridge that crosses the waterway of Plattekill Creek. Houses (Private Property) are on both sides of Schalk’s Falls. The height of Schalk’s Falls is 17 feet and
I started from the 100 year old stone bridge that crosses Hells Hole Creek and climbed down through Hells Hole from Devils Kitchen. At the bottom is a tall waterfall.
Old Blenheim Bridge was a wooden covered bridge that spanned Schoharie Creek in North Blenheim, New York. With an open span of 210 feet, it had the longest span of any surviving single-span covered bridge in the world, although the
The image below is a multiplicity photograph of an hand launch of an electric RC Plane. The photo below was taken in 2006. Other similar multiplicity photos of a RC Plane.
After speaking with a local farmer from Bleinheim- he directed us to Haverly Falls and another waterfall located on Richard Road. Haverly Falls is more or less on private property. The owner of the property allowed me to photograph Haverly
Photographs from Mount Utsayantha from July 16, 2006. A new light was placed on the building that is located on top of Mount Utsayantha. Photographs of the sunset from Mount Utsayantha taken over a couple of hours on July 15,
May 22, 2006- On this day Sparky chased a bull across our field into the next. A bull broke loose from a local farm and the bull traveled onto our land to graze without our knowledge. When I walked out from the
Three photos from Plattekill Falls from the same viewpoint with different focus points and exposure times with the camera. Each picture below from the same viewpoint offers an unique view of Plattekill Falls. Devils Kitchen area Platte Clove Road
A 360 degree image from the trail that leads to Kaaterskill Falls taken during the Fall season with the leaves changing color and falling to the ground.
Photograph taken in 2005. The 360 image contains approximately 38 photographs to form the full 360-degree view.