Platte Clove Falls - Nikon D750, 1/5 @ f/9.0, ISO100, 40mm - Tripod Mounted - Processed in Lightroom and Topaz Color Efex Pro.
To the Waters and the Wild - Nikon D750, 2sec. @f/10, ISO100, 46mm - Watkins Glen, NY
The Rip - Nikon D750, 1/200 @ f/14, ISO 160, 70 mm - Processed in Lightroom and Photoshop - Effects added with Nik Color Efex and Topaz Impressions 2 - The Rip van Winkle Bridge over the Hudson River. Shot from the grounds of Olana with the Catskill Mountains in the distance. It seemed appropriate to use a painterly effect as Frederick Church might have recorded the scene (minus the bridge of course).
Cabin in the Smokies - Nikon D7100
Montgomery Place Sunset - Nikon D7100, 1/60 @ f/11, ISO 200, 38mm, Tripod mounted. One of my more popular images!
Alone - Nikon D7000, 1/800 @ f/11, ISO 200, 18mm - See my poem, Alone, in the Poetry Section.
The Willow - Nikon D750, 1/250 @ f/10, ISO 640, 38mm - Sunrise on the Hudson! See the poem, The Willow, in the Poetry Section.
Be Like A Tree - Nikon D750 - See the poem, Be Like a Tree, in the Poetry Section.
Bridge in Fog - Nikon D7100, 1/200 @ f/14, ISO 100, 31mm - This is the Rip van Winkle Bridge that spans the Hudson between the cities of Catskill and Hudson. See the poem, Bridge in Fog, in the Poetry Section.
“Where the Wandering Water Gushes” - A line from WB Yeats’ poem The Stolen Child - Nikon D750, 1/80 @ f/6.3, ISO1600, 70mm
“Veils of the Morning” - Another line from WB Yeats - Nikon D750, 1/320 @ f/9, ISO320, 105mm.
The Ashokan - Fujifilm X-T3, 1/240 @ f/10, ISO160, 16mm
Morning on the River - Fujifilm X-T3, 1/110 @ f/8.0, ISO1600. One of my favorite subjects; the beautiful Hudson River. Shot at sunrise on a late autumn morning. Check out the many other Hudson River photos in the Portfolio.