Archive for September, 2010

Here are some postcard shots from my recent trip to Niagara Falls. The NY State Park on the US side is the oldest state park in our country. I was impressed with the park, variety of vantage points, the fact that it is free and open 24 hours-a-day and of course, the falls themselves. Photographing […]

Along the Way


Last week my husband and I traveled up to Niagara Falls for a mini-vacation. I wanted to visit the towns where my people are from on our way which are in the rural area south of Buffalo. I have many fond memories visiting my grandparents and great grandparents and wanted to see what it was […]

Weathered Barns


There’s something about old, weathered barns that you just gotta love. Here’s one that I have been after for a few years and in all seasons. It’s in one of those positions that just doesn’t get great morning or afternoon light from an approachable vantage point. The clouds were looking interesting around 6 pm one […]

My family knows I have a fondness for frogs and I have received many frog tchotchkes over the years. So many in fact I had to tell them to stop! I was excited when my husband found this Grey Tree Frog in our yard yesterday. The name implies that it is always the same color […]