Crosby, Penguins take on West Point

You wouldn’t know it with all the baseball and college football and the winless Giants dominating the sports news around here in New York, but hockey season is coming. It’s so close that, having reached the end of training camp, the Pittsburgh Penguins themselves scheduled a weekend getaway to scenic West Point, taking their pre-season training routine to Army’s Tate …

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Army’s offense fails in loss to Wake Forest

So if you’re looking for some recent Army game photos here, they’ve finally arrived following a lot of recent trouble I’ve experienced with my website. It appears things are straightened out, so I’ll try to catch up. Army’s loss this past Saturday to Wake Forest was probably the worst I have seen this team play in a long time. Penalties, …

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Sunset at Minnewaska

I pushed the limits of the park rangers on Sunday at Minnewaska when I captured some really nice sunset photographs from the cliffs atop the lake. Minnewaska closes these days at 7 p.m. (earlier now due to the sunset) and I managed to get back to my car at 6:58 p.m. with a pair of rangers waiting around to go …

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9/11 Tribute in Light shines again in 2013

The annual “Tribute in Light” memorial honoring victims and in remembrance of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks lit up the sky again in lower Manhattan on Wednesday, the 12th anniversary of 9/11. I had about an hour to photograph the lights from Hoboken before my train left, so I took my tripod along to work and gave it a shot.

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Late afternoon at Awosting

I made a quick trip up to New Paltz this past Saturday to try some long exposure photos of Awosting Falls and, really, anything else worth shooting. I never got up to Lake Minnewaska as daylight ran out on me, but I was pretty happy with some of the images I was able to create using a borrowed neutral density …

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