“There’s something strange and powerful about black-and-white imagery.”
– Stefan Kanfer
These photos were taken today at the Trinity Pawling school in Pawling, New York. The ice rink at the school acts as the home rink for my daughters u16/19 travel hockey team. Today was overcast with a temperature in the mid to upper 20’s, which in my opinion, makes for excellent B & W photos.
“Tombstones covered the dale, the smooth marble surfaces bright. She had spent days here as a teenager, though not out of any awareness of mortality. Like every adolescent, she intended to live forever.” -Thomm Quackenbush
“Live life with grace, there is no return from the grave.”
― Lailah Gifty Akita
I had some time again before my daughters hcokey game so I ventured across the steet to this small cemetery and took these pictures.
I have been coming to Trinity Pawling to watch my children play hockey for eight years now. Waiting for my daughters game to start, I had a little extra time today and since it was a sunny 60 degrees (very odd for mid February!), I decided to walk around and take some pictures. I certainly hope that you enjoy them.
A walkway spanning route 22 at the Trinity Pawling school.
The same walkway from the picture above.
An old building in the background at Trinity Pawling with the skeleton of a new one.
Trinity Pawling’s mascot-The Pride (of lions)
Outside of the ice rink.
A close up of a lamp on campus.
Supports outside of the ice rink.
Reflection of field lights on the side of a building.