In Minnewaska State Park Preserve, located in the Hudson Valley’s Shawangunk Mountains, this is the Peters Kill, a shallow stream that drops about 65 feet over a rock ledge. It’s known as Awosting Falls.
This Wednesday, our Outdoor Photo Trek class will tour one of my favorite spots–Greenport, NY. This is the last class of the 4-part session sponsored by East End Arts and we’ll visit the places where I took these images–all within one square mile. If you think of photography as the art of exclusion (think cropping) then the smallest spaces become little universes of detail. Sign up for the more in the next session, a guided tour of incredible landscapes and waterscapes of Eastern Long Island. May the light guide you!
Each Wednesday early evening I take a group of photographers out in a field class called “Outdoor Photo Trek.” There are four classes in a session through East End Arts, Riverhead, and we have all manner of photographers–and a filmmaker–with us. Surprising them with the location where the next class will meet has become part of the fun. But this time, rather than tell, I’ll show.
The Third Annual Cherry Blossom Festival–a one-square mile walk–explodes with the color pink from May 1 through May 15, 2019 in the historic Long Island whaling village of Greenport, NY.
Outdoor Photo Treks, a class I am conducting every Wednesday from May 8 through May 29 through East End Arts, will make this the first stop of two-hour field adventures open to all levels of photographers and filmmakers.
The Village of Greenport Tree Committee offers a color-coded map to view the bounty of different species of trees in the height of their bloom, including Kwanzan Cherry, Pear, Snow Goose Cherry, Sargent Cherry, Okame Cherry, Yoshino Cherry and Crabapple trees. Maps for a self-guided tour are provided by the Floyd Memorial Library, Village Hall and the Carousel as well as some participating restaurants and retailers.
Map courtesy of Greenport Village. Photos ©Miranda Gatewood.
Long Exposure & Night Photography and Outdoor Photography Treks are two of the field classes I am teaching through East End Arts this season. Whenever I take a class out to a spectacular eastern Long Island location to create images, it gives me great pleasure to watch women entitle themselves with opportunity and awaken to their own vision with such passion. They are defining their success on their own terms.