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Big Island magic in Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii offers a totally different world from what tourists are used to in O’ahu, and I got to experience the island for two weeks in December. Hawaii Island — more commonly just called the Big Island — is rugged, rural and remote. There are few roads, fewer people and fewer towns, but sometimes that’s exactly what …

Images now for sale at Mohonk

  A selection of my Mohonk photography is now for sale at Mohonk Mountain House. Stop by the beautiful, 100-year-old hotel gift shop on your next trip to Mohonk for hand-signed matted 5×7 and 8×10 prints of a variety of Mohonk and New Paltz scenes. For those unfamiliar, Mohonk is a National Historic Landmark built in 1869 that has existed for …

Army knocks off Rice, off to 2-0 start

Army kicked off the 2016 season with a win on the road at Temple, but the Black Knights did something on Saturday that hadn’t occurred in 20 years. West Point beat Rice, 31-14, to start a season 2-0 for the first since 1996. The victory over the Owls also marked the first time Army had gone consecutive games without a turnover, …

Celebrating Stony Point’s historic battle

This past weekend marked the 236th anniversary of the Battle of Stony Point, an American Revolutionary War clash in which Americans, in an attack planned by Gen. George Washington, retook the fort at Stony Point on New York’s Hudson River. The site is now a state park and hosts an annual reenactment of the day, complete with cannons and musket …

Aloha: Exploring Hawaii from land and air

I recently spent 10 days in Hawaii, exploring the island of O’ahu with some friends. It really is a photographer’s dream, with a variety of terrain, landscapes and places to hike. Below are a few of my favorite photos — I’ll post more later on. The above shot was taken at sunset at Eternity Beach at the Hālona Blowhole lookout …

Army’s tribute featured in Sports Illustrated

This week’s issue of Sports Illustrated (Nov. 23, 2015) features one of my photos from the Army football team’s tribute to France this past Saturday in West Point. SI published a nice collection of images from the sports world’s efforts to honor France in the wake of last week’s terrorist attacks on Paris. You can find the full-page photo in …

West Point honors France in game vs. Tulane

Nov 14, 2015; West Point, NY, USA; Army Black Knights defensive back Caleb McNeill (31) carries a French flag on to the field alongside a French exchange cadet before a game against the Tulane Green Wave at Michie Stadium. Army honored the French a day after terrorist attacks in Paris, France. Mandatory Credit: Danny Wild-USA TODAY Sports   Nov 14, …

Army drops 2015 opener to Fordham

Army began the 2015 season a close 37-35 loss to Fordham on Sept. 4, a disappointing start to head coach Jeff Monken’s second season at West Point. The game featured plenty of new names and faces though, with sophomore quarterback Ahmad Bradshow showing a lot of potential in his first career start. Bradshaw can run the option and showed a …