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Entries in upstate New York (13)
The 2012 sculpture trail included Passages, an installation by Lorilee Coleman, a local artist from Central New York. Passages, which was installed on and over the pond across from the Post Office, was a hit with the community, even the ducks and a great blue heron (photos are in the gallery). Materials used included floating mirror cubes, music CDs, and metal shapes for the teeth and eyebrows.
These photographs of Passages were taken by Robin Supak.
Robin Supak won this year's amateur division of the Otsego Land Trust "On the Farm, In the Garden" Photo Contest! Amateur Category- Robin Supak, "Sonia Sola, Arthur, and Daisy, Nectar Hills Farm, Late August, 7 p.m." taken at Nectar Hills Farm, Schenevus, New York.
You can see more pictures of upstate New York's Nectar Hills Farm on their web site, including many more of Robin's pictures. Nectar Hills Farm is all organic, and their grass-fed beef is better for you, the animal, and the planet.
On a trip into the northern Catskill mountains, Robin Supak took these Catskill Mountains pictures of a great upstate New York sunset! These great photographs were taken near south Worcester, NY, which is east of Oneonta, NY and south of Cobleskill, NY.
These desktop wallpaper pictures were taken on our trip home from our son Spencer's winning playoff game in Jefferson, New York. The Cherry Valley Patriots baseball team went on to win the Tri-Valley Championship!
A couple of cold nights, with a little dusting of snow, and that's about it for this mild winter. Hell, I only got to barbeque in 0 degrees once! Here are a few shots from this past winter, and that'll be it. Soon, the ramps will be out, the garden will get planted, and the photographs will have a lot more green in them!
These railroad trestles cross US Route 20 west of Albany (a few miles west of Crossglades Mall). It was a cold day, my hands were freezing (as was the water under the bridge), but I couldn't resist taking a few shots of this rusted but still working remnant of an industrial age that keeps hanging on.
As with all our pictures taken since we moved east (see the cross-country series from 2008), these photos are available in very high resolution versions--just ask about them. These 1600 pixel wide versions are available to use under the creative commons license. All we ask is for a link to Supak.com in return. Commercial users please contact us about the higher resolution versions.
About 6 inches of the wet stuff last night was enough to give us a preview of tomorrow's blizzard. While we were out getting supplies for the big event, I got a few computer background shots from around Cooperstown NY, including the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. Wait. Do they have a Minor League Baseball Hall of Fame? They should...
I particularly love this shot of the statues with snow on them. It adds to the sense of gravity defiance. Or reminds that gravity rules all. Or something. There's also shots of the Hall of Fame proper, the headwaters of the Susquehanna River, which is just astoundingly beautiful in the snow, and main street with it's American flag and electric wires and slushy snow covered street.
Stay tuned for more fun with blizzards!