Thursday, October 2, 2014

First light in the Hudson River Valley

I took this photo in Half Moon, New York just as the sun was coming up. Half Moon is a town on the Hudson River, just north of the Albany-Troy area. It takes it name from Henry Hudson’s ship, Halve Maen according to a history of the town that I read on the back of a local restaurant.

©2014 Steve Borichevsky

However, according to Wikipedia, the town gets it name from the crescent shape of the land where the Mohawk and Hudson river join. Hmmm….Which is correct?

3 comments:

Spare Parts and Pics said...

Beautiful shot, Steve! The mist in the air makes for a great photo.

Ida said...

Super shot of the misty fog.

Roy Norris said...

A superb image Steve.

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