Lush water lilies growing in a highland pond in this landscape photograph from the Finger Lakes in New York. Mixed pine and hardwood forest surround the meadow boarding the woodland pond. Due to the elevation the clouds appear to scrape the tops of the trees. Although part of a park, the area has the semblance of a natural and virgin beauty to it.
Pristine and primordial a mountain stream cascades through a steep rock gorge in this landscape photograph from High Falls Gorge in the Adirondacks in New York State. With 700-foot cliffs on either side, the rustic gorge is a fault line through which the Ausable River flows. The river runs through much of the Adirondacks park towards its destination of Lake Champlain.
Landscape photograph from Cascade Mountain in the Adirondacks portion of the Appalachian Mountain Range. Looking north east through the Keene Valley with Whiteface Mountain on the left and the Jay Mountain Wilderness to the right. The clarity of the air allows for the stacking of atmospheric effects.
Shimmering warmth from the late afternoon sunset, a young tree presents bright green leaves in this landscape photograph from Red Hook, Brooklyn. Presenting, in front of an orange brick warehouse wall, a remnant of the neighborhood’s industrial history, the tree is incongruous and imminent. It is a contrast of a waning context opposite a symbol of emergence.