Catskills Spring Photo Weekend-2


Sunday was a shorter day since the end of the tour and check-out was following lunch. We started out at 7:30 am with some sun and clouds with the clouds increasing as the day progressed. We headed to Bastion Falls which is roadside in Palenville. The falls are usually busy with tourists but since we arrived early we had the place to ourselves. The water was running a bit slower than in the Fall but we made the best of it exploring a variety of vantage points. Our next two stops were something a little different from the usual with our second stop being the colorful town of Tannersville where we enjoyed a relaxed street shoot. Next on the tour was an abandoned inn we’ve shot on previous trips. We headed up to Platte Cove after that and made a quick stop at a farm field with a mountain view where I had photographed on Friday in much different light. It was getting cloudy and we were running out of time so we took the scenic way home, had lunch and said our good-byes. Here are some favorites from Sundays tour:

'Bastion Falls' © Denise Bush

'Tannersville Shops' © Denise Bush

'Sleigh of Flowers' © Denise Bush

'Colorful Shutters' © Denise Bush

'Mickey & Minnies' © Denise Bush

'Fresh Seafood' © Denise Bush

'Rainbow Bench' © Denise Bush

'Adirondack Chairs' © Denise Bush

'Rusty Lawn Chair' © Denise Bush

'Spooky Inn' © Denise Bush

'Spooky Inn Window' © Denise Bush

'Spooky Inn Remains' © Denise Bush

6 Responses to “Catskills Spring Photo Weekend-2”

  1. 1 Julie

    Wow! I love these! Great work and such vibrant colors.

  2. 2 Mike Pillows

    “D” you did not disappoint on part 2. My favs are the Bistro window and the Spooky Inn#1. I hope more members from our club can experience your well thought out workshops. Congrats!!!!

  3. Love these shots. You have a special way with the eerie!

  4. 4 denisebushphoto

    Thanks for looking at my photos and posting comments!

  5. 5 Jack Mroz

    Denise, I love the multi-colored benches. What a great place to photograph.

  6. I love the way you capture all the color in these photos! My favorite is “Spooky Inn Remains”.

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