Belmont Lake State Park, Babylon NY. Mid air capture of windswept leaf against the beautiful backdrop of Fall foliage. The good news there were strong wind guts also the bad news as leaves had more velocity and spin. In the end, a fun exercise!
Not only a real treat for your rods and cones, Tulips symbolize imagination, dreaminess, perfect lover and a declaration of love. Did you know: Fresh out of onions? Use your Tulip bulbs instead! Tulip bulbs are a good replacement for onions in cooking.
Kalmar Nyckel , Greenport NY
The Kalmar Nyckel is a full‐scale re‐creation of the original 17th‐century ship, whose historic significance rivals that of the Mayflower. The present day Kalmar Nyckel serves as the Delaware region’s floating Academy and Goodwill Ambassador.
Ready to tackle even the most severe thirst emergency! This is a vintage '57 Seagrave Hook & Ladder Fire truck serving out it's days as a Tap Truck. Specialties included frosty cold beers, wine and cider.
Governor's Island NY
Governor’s Island has become something of a play place for the city’s design inclined. This years challenge was for designers to envision installations that provide at least 50 visitors a shaded retreat with a net-zero ecological footprint. The artists and architects must also consider the entire life cycle of the materials to be used in their proposals.
This is one of 2 winning entries; Organic Growth by Izaskun Chinchilla Architects
Long Island's Captree Boat Basin sparkles in a glorious sky over the Great South bay. In the background, Robert Moses bridge connecting Fire Island to Captree Island then another quick hop to the south shore of Long Island.
Oyster Bay New York
She's Mama Duck and when fully puffed up reportedly stands at 62 feet tall and weighs 22,000 pounds (which equals about as much as 200,000 real life ducklings. She made the trip to Long Island for the Annual Oyster Festival.
You would never know Norman Levy Park and Preserve once served as a landfill. In 2000 it was transformed to park space. The 52-acre facility features a 500-foot fishing pier looking out into Merrick Bay. The park is named after Norman J. Levy, who was a New York State Senator and a champion for the environment. The park is the highest point on Long Island's South Shore, and has an average altitude of around 120 feet