Friday, January 18, 2013

Images of Fall in Manorhaven, New York 2012

I downloaded a bunch of photos from my camera tonight prior to a big trip (more about that in an upcoming post) and I found some images of fall from Manorhaven, New York, my home.  Here they are with a few explanations.  It's hard to imagine that fall is just a month and a half behind us and that spring is right around the corner!!  Can't wait!

The roses in my neighborhood bloomed well into November.
Photo by Bob Brinkmann.

Lots of leaves were gone after Hurricane Sandy.  It's remarkable how many were left!
Photo by Bob Brinkmann.

This is on the shore of Sheets Creek, a tributary to Manhasset Bay which is part of Long Island Sound.
Can you believe this is within the viewshed of the Empire State Building?  So nice here.
Photo by Bob Brinkmann.

This is a common site still on Long Island.  There are tons of storage sites for what remains of downed trees.
The entire forested landscape of Long Island is vastly different after Hurricane Sandy.
Photo by Bob Brinkmann.

Photo by Bob Brinkmann.

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