Tag: Central New York

November 22, 2021
Reflections On A Year At Fish Creek

I’ve now been in my house on Fish Creek for just over a year – an entire cycle through the seasons that included snow and wind and cozy fires, two substantial river floods that filled the lower part of my property but didn’t threaten the house or any other structures, an unruly flower garden, animals […]

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December 23, 2020
Holiday Greetings and What I've Been Up To Lately

A selection of photos from the past several months of my life.

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July 27, 2020
Wood Creek

“Wood Creek, hemmed in by dense overgrowth, still shouts of ambush on a dark afternoon. Indeed, several times in the conflicts of the eighteenth century the creek ran red with blood as contending forces fought for its banks and fortifications.”
--Richard Berleth

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January 10, 2020
The Bones Of Winter

Sometimes it’s hard to defend the desirability of living in central New York, especially during a winter thaw or in early spring when gray skies hang low, snow is reduced to a brown-scabbed crust, and barren tree limbs offer nothing to soften the bleak monotone. These are the times we see through to the bones […]

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