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Morning In The Hudson Valley

Depending on many factors, mornings in the Hudson Valley of New York can present many different pictures. If you live here, you get a daily reminder on how much can change in regards to the views of familiar landmarks on a day-to-day basis. The Hudson Valley is not only aesthetically pleasing, it is also a historical and cultural wonder as well.

Today, the weather was about as perfect as it can get for an August morning with a 5:45 am temperature of 58 degrees and very low humidity. Located off of Route 9D in Garrison, NY, I passed this field on a farm on my way to Anthony’s Nose (yes, again).

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Looking into the horizon as the sun was rising, I watched a coyote run across the field from left to right into the woods as I was preparing to take this picture.

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A closer view of the farm from the picture above.

 

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A wider view with Castle Rock on the upper right.

You can read more about Castle Rock here:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castle_Rock_(Garrison,_New_York)

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