Photos from a tour I had of the Plumb-Bronson House in Hudson, New York. It was originally built and designed by architect Alexander Jackson Davis in the mid-1800s. The staircase is amazing, and rightfully the most famous element here. The last photo was a random find in one of the house’s bedroom closets. If only …
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.
Finally getting around to posting a photo from a news assignment last month. Kids from the Hudson, NY area Head Start program had the chance to attend the opening of the new scenic overlook over the Hudson river.