Freedom Plaza, New York City
The new Freedom Plaza, on the site of the former World Trade Center, is graceful and beautiful.
VERY Late Victorian
The small city of Malone, NY has a number of stunning Victorian homes. Unlike this artistic rendering, they are generally straight and true.
Another of Malone, NY's fabulous Painted Ladies, perhaps on a bender!
Late winter sun melts the snow-load on my tractor shed roof
In the Pink
Yep. This is one of them.
This Old House
A selection for the Frederic Remington Art Gallery's 2011 Juried International Show, 2010.
Little House on the Prairie
The original farmhouse at a nearby farm in Northern NY
Freedom Tower from Park Slope, Brooklyn
The view from across the East River
You Are Here
An Ottawa house embellished with a few directions
Old Mill Stairway
A colorful rendering of the interior of an old mill in Manotic, Ontario, Canada
Inside the Imamat
A view of a man inside Ottawa's Ismaili Imamat during Open Doors Ottawa 2013
Building Along the Highline
The side of this building is a combination of reflective material and rusty metal.
First Place, Frederic Remington Art Museum 2013 Members Juried Show. For a peek into the process of creating "Rear Window", click on the "rear window process" tag below. For a peek into the process of creating, click on the "rear window process" tag below.
A restored truck, a buggy and a child's wagon rest in front of an Amish home in New York's North Country.
The Broommaker's Shop
This newly completed fence adds another set of interesting lines to this part of the village
Heads Up at Christ Church
This photo won Honorable Mention in the 2006 Upper Canada Village photo contest.
The sawmill and water below the mill pond.
Woolen Mill in Early Fall
View of the woolen mill from the canal.
Flower Among Flowers
"Flower Among Flowers" won 1st Place in the Upper Canada Village Photo Contest in 2007.
An abandoned farmhouse just south of the St. Lawrence River.
Part of Manhattan's Cooper Union, a university dedicated exclusively to preparing students for the professions of art, architecture and engineering.
Dancers on the Fire Escape
I spotted these children resting outside of their upstairs ballet studio
Cold Beer to Go
"Cold Beer to Go" near the Port of Ogdensburg, NY
The Battle of Sackett's Harbor took place in May of 1813. It was an important fight, as American regulars and militia repulsed the British force and secured Lake Ontario for the remainder of the year.
Museum of Civilization
Looking up at the ceiling in the Museum of Civilization, Gatineau/Ottawa
The Island Church in Potsdam, NY
Notre Dame in Ottawa
Heads Up Near Christ Church
2nd place winner in a yearly international Upper Canada Village photo contest.
The harbor seen from the gazebo.
Cold Beer Here
Any cold beer left here has probably warmed up by now. This floating ice and beer store is in the St. Lawrence River at Ogdensburg.
A window for air, not for the view! This outhouse is many miles back in the woods from my home, and it has a road-sign nailed to it's side that warns, "Men Working"!
I have not entered this photo in any shows or competitions, but it has been a customer favorite (and one of my favorites, as well).
A summer's work dries in front of the sawmill.
Windows Sans Microsoft
A bit of fancy created by combining a Lowville building with a Pierrepont church, a Canton rainbow and a blackbird who was scolding loudly one morning.