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Shorakkopoch Rock, marking the site where Peter Minuit “bought” Manhattan. from Wiki “Legend has it that under a tulip tree in the park Peter Minuit, Director General of New Netherland, ‘purchased’ Manhattan from the a band of Native Americans in … Continue reading
Marine Park, Brooklyn When I was a kid this was a dumping ground for abandoned cars and boats…..some parts of New York City do get better.
Most of NYC enjoyed a glorious day of sunshine after the morning fog lifted…it apparently all moved to Staten Island where the coastal areas remained shrouded in mist all day. the Verrazano Bridge from Ft.Wadsworth Battery Weed on the waterfront … Continue reading
Powell’s Cove Park was completed in 1999 on an East River bay with sizable wetlands and filled uplands. The Queens neighborhood of College Point borders on the west and Malba borders on the east. The first known European resident … Continue reading
reflections in the lily pond
An early autumn afternoon around the less landscaped and less visited east pond of the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. A young Great Blue Heron let me get very near (about 20′, don’t have a telephoto) and then flashed me… did … Continue reading
Leaving the dock; a common tern and a black-crowned night heron Gulls under the Cross Bay Bridge The formerly inhabited Ruffle Bar Island, now a bird sanctuary Houses on stilts in Rockaway The subway bridge swings open Fishing … Continue reading
geese at sunset, a photo by dppuchol on Flickr.
eastern comma butterfly, a photo by dppuchol on Flickr.
panoramic jamaica bay, a photo by dppuchol on Flickr. wildlife refuge