Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Moonlight Giant | 01.26.2022


Moonlight Giant | 01.26.2022
Washington County, New York 

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Sunday, January 23, 2022

Winter Color Study | 01.23.2022


Winter Color Study | 01.23.2022
Spa State Park, Saratoga Springs, New York 

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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Large Print Signing | 01.19.2022





Large Format Print Signing | 01.19.2022
ArtForms Gallery, Guilderland, New York 

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Before Moonrise | 01.19.2022


Before Moonrise | 01.18.2022
Melrose, New York

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Sunday, January 16, 2022

Dunham Creek with Sea Smoke | 01.16.2022


Dunham Creek with Sea Smoke | 01.16.2022
Grafton Lakes State Park, Grafton, New York 

Note: The ambient air temperature at the time this image was taken was -9F creating sea smoke on the running water of the creek.

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Friday, January 14, 2022

Sunrise on Geyser Creek | 01.14.2022


Sunrise on Geyser Creek | 01.14.2022
Spa State Park, Saratoga Springs, New York

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Thursday, January 13, 2022

Sunrise Over the Geyser Creek Island Spouter | 01.12.2022



Sunrise over the Geyser Creek Island Spouter | 01.12.2022

Many refer to this naturally spouting spring as a geyser, however, a geyser only occurs when heat is involved. Geysers are propelled out of the earth by pressurized steam. Saratoga’s spouters, whose temperatures range between 48 and 56 degrees Fahrenheit, are pushed to the earth’s surface by pressurized carbonic gas.

The island is made from colorful tufa rock and larger over time as minerals from the spring water are deposited. The minerals in the tufa will cover leaves, rocks, and anything else that falls into the spring. Different minerals give the tufa its many colors. The reds and oranges common in the park’s formations come from iron.

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Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Peace | 01.11.2022


Peace | 01.11.2022
Albany, New York 

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Monday, January 10, 2022

Mill Pond Moonise | 01.09.2022


Mill Pond Moonrise | 01.09.2022
Grafton Lakes State Park
Grafton, New York

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Sunday, January 9, 2022

Low Winter Sun | 01.08.2022

Low Winter Sun | 01.08.2022
Grafton Lakes State Park 
Grafton, New York

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Saturday, January 8, 2022

Dunham Ice Sunset | 01.07.20212

Dunham Ice Sunset | 01.07.2022
Martin Dunham Reservoir, Grafton Lakes State Park
Grafton, New York 

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Friday, December 31, 2021

Happy New Year 2022!


 

As the sun comes up on the last day of 2021, I hope you all have a happy and HEALTHY 2022.
Happy New Year!

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Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Rotation | Petersburg Pass


Rotation | Petersburg Pass | New York
 
 On quiet winter nights in the mountains, it’s almost like you can hear the hum of the planet spinning at almost 1,000 miles per hour. 

The Earth turns on its own axis about once every 24 hours (or, to be precise, every 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4 seconds). Earth measures 24,898 miles (40,070 kilometers) in circumference, so when you divide distance by time, that means the planet is spinning 1,037 mph ( 1,670 km/h).

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Monday, December 27, 2021

Rime Ice and Snow 12.26.2021


Rime Ice and Snow
| 12.26.2021
Taconic Crest Trail, Petersburg, New York \

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Saturday, December 25, 2021

Moonrise in Round Lake Preserve | 12.24.2021

Moonrise in the Round Lake Preserve | 12.24.2021
Mechanicville, NewYork

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Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Red Moonrise | 12.21.2021

Red Moonrise (With Holiday Light Bokeh) | 12.21.2021
Halfmoon, New York 

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Monday, December 20, 2021

Long Pond Homestead | 12.19.2021




The Remains of the Long Pond Homestead | 12.19.2021
Grafton Lakes State Park, Grafton, New York 

Last night the moonlight was so bright it cast well-defined shadows that combined with the snow to light up the forest. This is the remains of the main chimney, hearth, and mantle of the Long Pond homestead in Grafton Lakes State Park.

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Saturday, December 18, 2021

Geminids Behind the Bennington Battle Monument



Geminids Behind the Bennington Battle Monument
Bennington, Vermont

 The Bennington Battle Monument is a 306-foot-high (93 m) stone obelisk located at 15 Monument Circle, in Bennington, Vermont, United States. The monument commemorates the Battle of Bennington during the American Revolutionary War.

 In that battle, on 16 August 1777, Brigadier General John Stark and 1,400 New Hampshire men, aided by Colonels Warner and Herrick of Vermont, Simonds of Massachusetts, and Moses Nichols of New Hampshire, defeated two detachments of General John Burgoyne's British army, who were seeking to capture a store of weapons and food maintained where the monument now stands. While the battle is termed the Battle of Bennington, it actually occurred about 10 miles (16 km) away, in Walloomsac, New York; the Bennington Battlefield, a U.S. National Historic Landmark, is entirely within the state of New York.

 In 1877, a local historical society began to plan a monument for the battle's centenary and considered many designs. One which called for a slender stone column only 100 feet (30 m) tall was showcased during the battle's centennial celebration, which was attended by President Rutherford B. Hayes. The committee eventually accepted J. Phillip Rinn's design with some changes. The monument's cornerstone was laid in 1887, and it was completed in November 1889 at a total cost of $112,000 (including the site). It is constructed of Sandy Hill Dolomite from present-day Hudson Falls, New York, a blue-gray magnesian limestone containing numerous fossils. Dedication ceremonies were delayed until 1891 when President Benjamin Harrison attended the ceremonies and held a reception at the nearby Walloomsac Inn. Today the Bennington Battle Monument is a Vermont State Historic Site.

From its observatory level at 200 feet (61 m), which can be reached by elevator (but not the stairs, which are closed), one can see Vermont along with the other U.S. states of Massachusetts and New York. A kettle captured from General Burgoyne's camp at Saratoga is visible in the monument along with a diorama of the second engagement, and information on how the monument was built. Statues of John Stark ("Live free or die"), Seth Warner, and other notables ornament the grounds.

 The monument, while 10 miles (16 km) from the relevant battlefield, is located very close to what was once the site of the Catamount Tavern, where Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys planned the capture of Fort Ticonderoga in 1775.

Source: Wikipedia 

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Moon's Eye | 12.18.2021


Moon's Eye | 12.18.2021
Halfmoon, New York 

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Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Geminids over the Tomhannock | 12.14.2021

Geminids over the Tomhannock | 12.14.2021
Melrose, New York 

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Monday, December 13, 2021

Eastern Sky (Pinebush Sunrise) | 12.13.2021



Eastern Sky (Pinebush Sunrise) | 12.13.2021
Albany Pinebush Preserve, Albany, New York

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Sunday, December 12, 2021

Moon Wink | 12.12.2021


Moon Wink | 12.12.2021
Schaghticoke, New York

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Saturday, December 11, 2021

Sunrise on Mill Pond | 12.11.2021

Sunrise on Mill Pond | 12.11.2021
Grafton, Lakes State Park, Grafton, New York 

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Thursday, December 9, 2021

Saratoga National Battlefield Sunrise | 12.09.2021

Saratoga National Battlefield Sunrise | 12.09.2021
Stillwater, New York 

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Friday, December 3, 2021

The Holiday Season in Lake George Village


The Holiday Season in Lake George Village 
Lake George, New York 

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Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Sunset in Round Lake Preserve | 12.01.2021


Sunset in Round Lake Preserve | 12.01.2021
Mechanicville, New York 

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Monday, November 29, 2021

Snow Iris 1 | 11.29.2021


Snow Iris 1 | 11.29.2021
Grafton, New York 

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Sunday, November 28, 2021

First Snow | Grafton, New York | 11.28.2021










First Snow | 11.28.2021
Grafton Lakes State Park, Grafton, New York 

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Friday, November 26, 2021

The Adirondac


The Adiorndac 
Long Exposure Image
Lake George, New York

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Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Happy Thanksgiving 2021 From John Bulmer Photography and Nor'easter Films


 Happy Thanksgiving from John Bulmer Photography and Nor'easter Films. 

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