A small stream coming off the side of a hill in Richford, New York. The land that it was on was donated to the Triple Cities Hiking Club for use of trail hiking. Access to the trails are off of Andersen Hill Road just south of Richford on route 38.
A September 10th sunrise that was visible from the back field at the farm.
A female American Redstart. She is one of the wood warbler species we have here through the summer months in central New York State. I see them quit a bit around small stream's and river banks foraging for food, small flying bugs and things. The image is from this past spring.
A light purple wild flower. I have no idea to what it is. I just take the pictures!
A male Yellow Warbler bouncing through the branches of a crabapple tree.
A male Yellow-rumped Warbler from this past May.
Some peach blossoms from this past spring at my home.
The Beaver Meadow Brook that flow to the Batten Kill River near Arlington, Vermont. The Chiselville Coverd Bridge crosses it in Sunderland.