Monthly Archives: November 2011

Burger-Matthews House, Kingston

It’s not too often we get to report good news, but here’s a developing story out of Kingston, New York. The City of Kingston Planning Board granted Transart Services permission to operate an African-American cultural museum at the c. 1873 … Continue reading

Posted in Demolition Alert, Historic Preservation, Ulster County | 2 Comments

Memorial Field, Mount Vernon / Cross-Processing

Although photo labs have almost entirely stopped producing color slides in-store, you can still get E-6 film processed at local labs. By “cross-processing” the film, the lab will run it through the same chemicals used for developing color negative (C-41) … Continue reading

Posted in Demolition Alert, New York City, Photography, Westchester County | 2 Comments

Dover Stone Church

It’s not a church, but it is made of stone, and it is located in Dover, NY. It could be a church, if your religion is nature. It is a pretty cool geologic formation, and I suspect it isn’t as … Continue reading

Posted in Dutchess County, Nature Sites | 5 Comments

Home For Sale

This could be the home of your dreams. Features mature landscaping; Lovely historic windows; A piano for the budding musician in your family; This is just one of two TVs in the living room – never argue again about what … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Polaroid

They took away our Kodachrome, but they gave us back our Polaroid. Er, Fujiroid? My latest camera is the Fuji Instax 210 Instant Film Camera. I seem to be a few years in most cases and a few decades in … Continue reading

Posted in Photography | 6 Comments

Tioronda demolitions, Beacon, NY

For the last couple of months, demolition has been occurring at the Tioronda Hat Works on the Fishkill Creek in Beacon. The c. 1879 mill became a warehouse in 1949 and was purchased by real estate developer William Ehrlich and … Continue reading

Posted in Demolition Alert, Dutchess County | 26 Comments