Moss grows on the north side of the tree, just like the snow in the background of this photo is taking longer to melt on the north side of the mountain.
This is a creek that runs into Blue Hole up on Peekamoose Rd in Sundown, NY. The water here is always cold, even in the hottest months. This makes it a big tourist attraction in the summer. Peeksamoose Rd is also a beautiful drive along the lower Catskills. I'd definitely recommend it for a short road trip.
Just after taking this shot I spooked a muskrat and chased him down trying to get a good picture. They're pretty quick though and I didn't get anything good. Plus I only had my 18-105mm lens on the camera, so I couldn't zoom very far. It was the first muskrat I've seen in a long time.
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Lovely shot Kevin. Beautiful perspective!
Piyush Garyali on 24th March 2010 @ 9:17pm
Very HDRish. Crisp, clean, and vivid. Nice job.
A.M. La Hanko Photography on 24th March 2010 @ 9:37pm
Thanks for the comments guys!
Kevin on 25th March 2010 @ 10:10pm
does moss grow on a rolling stone
gina on 4th May 2010 @ 9:22am