Some baby chicks, the donkey, cows and the dogs….plus some old machinery.
I think it happens quite often, you plan a day photographing something and for one reason or another it doesn’t work out so you and up doing something different , unplanned. That is exactly what happened to us when my friend Ted Roth and myself decided to go and photograph the Danbury Railroad Museum. Well that
It was March 28th but it felt like it was still winter inside the building when we ( Ted Roth and myself ) revisited the Old Mill in Winsted at 10 Bridge street. The weather outside was a nice, almost pleasant 45 degrees, but inside there was still a lots of ice around and it
Since the time when Mr. Van Guilder owned the property it has been the site of the early settlement, a boy’s school, and more recently Jug End Barn Resort. The resort got its name from the German word “Jugend,” meaning youth. During its heyday, the resort was a mecca for singles, beginning in the 1930s
My good friend, Ted Roth arranged a short tour for us at the Old Mill at 10 Bridge street in Winsted. The buildings used to house at one time the New England Knitting Co. and later on the Winsted Furniture store. According to the owner Marty Goldin the plan for the renovations include possible further
Off the beaten path in Hudson, New York I found the remnants of a little town that time, flood and ice took a terrible toll. Beautiful but in the same time quite spooky place. It is completely abandoned now but there always seem to be a few people driving in and out of the place.