Seems like every other state got a big snow this year. For some reason upstate New York was a little behind. Until now.
Month: February 2010
Jumping into frozen waters with air temps at a toasty 37 degrees and a nice 10 mph wind, these guys raised over $13,000 for COARC, a local not-for-profit that assists those with developmental disabilities. They almost made it look fun and painless!
A few photos from kids Bingo day at the local New Lebanon library.
Dairy farmers are hardcore. I called at 9:00 am to see when I could come take a photo of Jim Davenport, of Ancram, milking the herd for a news story, and he said I was already 5 hours late. So I had to catch the second shift at 4:00 pm.
Was on assignment in Hudson so decided to swing by the Amtrak Station to see what was happening on a cold Saturday afternoon. Apparently not much! But here are a few still life scenes to share, which is a different approach for me since I usually photograph people and not things.
The National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (NCADP) flew me out to Louisville, KY the other weekend to document their annual conference. Over 350 people attended from across the United States, and was one of the best I’ve been to. Here are some photo highlights from the weekend: Above: Sister Helen Prejean waits behind …